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Fennel Frittata Recipe

Simple ingredients for a delicious dish.

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Pea Saute with Poached Eggs Recipe

Try our Sweet Seedless Tomato and Mr Big Pea in this fantastic dish.

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Summer Squash Combination Recipe

Harvest too much squash?  Try this simple baked delight.

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Carrot & Apple Salad Recipe

Fresh, crisp salad.

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Cashew Dressing Recipe

Ideal dressing for spinach or lettuce salads.

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Hamburger Recipe. Read article
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Gourmet Tailgate Recipe, Anyone? Try Burpeeā€™s Playoff Pizza
Thinking about what to serve at your pre-game party this weekend?  For a no-hassle, gourmet crowd-pleaser, Burpee recommends its Playoff Pizza recipe.  Read article

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  • Even small injuries can have serious long-term consequences for a tree. Carving initials in the bark; nailing a sign on the trunk; topping the tree, using wire ties with supporting stakes; and leaving ties around limbs too long all can damage a tree. Hanging a swing from a limb, nicking the bark with string trimmer or lawnmower all cause wounds that allow insects and disease spores to enter the tree. Gradually weakened, any tree is vulnerable to storm damage.