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Garden Q&A: How to get rid of groundhogs in your yard

A groundhog has dug under our shed — again. We have removed many over the years with a non-lethal trap but another one always shows up. Any better ideas? Groundhogs are especially fond of digging under concrete slabs. Perhaps it substitutes for the large rocks they burrow under in wilder …

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Top 10 Pie Recipes for Pi Day

Imagine if everyone showed up at your home with a different pie this Pi Day. How fabulous would that be? Then you wouldn’t have to play favorites between lemon chiffon and blueberry, grasshopper and key lime.   Here are 10 of our favorite pie recipes, all the better to ring in Pi …

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All the King’s Editors—Ray Rhamey

Ray’s post today is part of the “All the King’s Editors” series in which WU contributors will edit manuscript pages submitted by members of the larger WU community and discuss the proposed changes. This educational format is intended to generate useful comments on what changes work, which may not work …

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Blueberry Cardamom Pie Recipe | Williams Sonoma Taste

Happy Pi(e) Day! Today, on March 14th (that is, 3.14), celebrate with this pretty fruit pie, which gets a warm, exotic note from the addition of cardamom. Be sure to use the full amount of thickener, as blueberries can be very juicy, especially early in the season.   Blueberry-Cardamom Pie …

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The Great Italian Documentary Screenings

The loss of legendary Italian chef Gualtiero Marchesi is still palpaple in the culinary world. So, much so that after the numerous tributes and dishes dedicated to him by Italian chefs like Carlo Cracco and Enrico Crippa during Identità Golose – an exciting new initiative has been launched to spread the …

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