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Q: I have three planting beds where I want all vegetation removed along with old mulch and landscape fabric. I want to replace with new mulch. Should the fabric also be replaced? How can I prevent the weeds from returning? I want the beds as mulched areas...
Tags: Services and Shopping, Fertilizer, Agriculture, Tools, Tomatoes
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: My husband and I are completely in love with the LGO Chopped Salad at the Luggage Room in Pasadena. We moved an hour away from the restaurant and dream about it. Is there anyway you could get the recipe? Karim Wasson Corona Dear Karim: A...
This list is not all-inclusive American Contemporary Adelle's Fine American Fare 535 W. Liberty Drive, Wheaton 630-784-8015 Pick from a small plate to start, choosing such things as cured gravlax with crabmeat and fennel or sautéed shrimp...
Tags: Wines, Foods and Beverages, Corned Beef Hash, Oysters, Risotto
Whiplash is one of the hazards of my job. I take unfamiliar streets when I drive around town with the express purpose of discovering new restaurants. Peacha's, a tiny place on south Victory near Alameda in Burbank, made me do a hard double-take, almost...
To satisfy diners who clamor for local produce, Nana takes it to a new level — the basement. That's where the restaurant, 3267 S. Halsted St., maintains a 100-square-foot hydroponic garden, which produces mustard greens, basil, broccoli and more,...
Honestly, could it get any better than salad sometimes? Big, beautiful, colorful -- and so often simple -- salads are a perfect choice when you're planning dinner in a pinch. Tailor the components just so to please picky dinner guests, or fix one as a...
FARGO, N.D. - As I wandered around our (finally) snow-free backyard, I had the urge to get my hands dirty. Our three dogs already had accomplished getting their paws muddy in our soggy backyard as they scampered playfully, nipping at each other's heels....
Tribune reporterMcDonald's UK rolled out its second of five themed burgers inspired by U.S. cities and states Wednesday, this week honoring our sweet home Chicago as part of its Great Tastes of America special menu. The result is, well, nothing this Chicagoan has...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- It's called the "90 percent problem" -- the percentage of autistic adults who are either unemployed or underemployed. Green Bridge Growers, a startup business at Innovation Park at Notre Dame, is working on a solution. The company is...
There's nothing worse than meeting someone and realizing that your breath smells like the tuna you had for lunch, stale coffee, or worse. What you eat and poor oral hygiene are the main causes of halitosis, or bad breath. When you think about it, the...
Tags: Onions, Halitosis, Healthy Diet, Garlic, Dental Health
Q: I have two five-year-old wisteria vines that I have been trying to get rid of for several years. I have tried cutting them back to a stub, I have drilled holes in the stubs and poured bleach, total weed kill and other sorts of products and still they...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Services and Shopping, Agriculture, Tools, Cabbage
If there's one thing gardeners like to share more than tomatoes, it's tips. And nobody has more of those than folks who think about gardening all day long, whose inboxes fill with gardening information and who talk to experts constantly. Now that spring...
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