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Root Vegetable Ideas That’ll Butter Your Parsnips

By | February 17, 2019

Root Vegetable Ideas That’ll Butter Your Parsnips The Food Guys, Jon and Greg, remain undaunted champions of parsnips, a vegetable that suffers from its resemblance to an anemic carrot. Jon reminisces about the sweet and flavorful parsnips his gardener father kept buried in a box of soil in the root cellar.

Dealing with Winter

By | February 14, 2019

Dealing with winter It seems only a short time ago I was commenting on our “open winter,” very little snow and above normal temperatures. Even the North Fork road was a fright, with water running on an ice surface. It was so slick that the Heaphys chained up all four tires to get to town… Read More »

How are snow ghosts made?

By | February 14, 2019

How are snow ghosts made? While they look soft and ghost like, according to Teresa Wenum with the Flathead National Forrest, snow ghosts are made up of ice called rime.