Friday, December 9, 2022
Around the Table

Around the Table

Learn more about processing and preparing venison to maximize its quality, get rid of undesirable flavors, reduce gamey taste and ensure it is safe to eat.
tomatoes

Picking tomatoes at color break can improve their appearance and quality, lengthen their shelf life and increase your harvest.
rototiller

Some gardeners rototill their plots every year out of habit or tradition, but should you?
hydrangea, zinnia, foxgloves collage

When you’re shopping for seeds, you’ll notice that packets are labeled with perennial, annual or biennial. Here’s a reference guide for telling the difference.
watered garden

Not every plant in your vegetable garden likes to be watered the same. Learn the water requirements and preferences of each variety to improve your yields.
masks on a clothes line

Ohio State Chow Line offers best practices for safely removing and storing your facemask while dining out and replacing it at the end of your meal.
jar of flour

If you’re not familiar with the metric system, making European confections can be confusing. These charts will help you measure out your ingredients correctly.
radishes

How many seeds should you plant in your garden this year? That depends on the size of the harvest you want or need.
herbs

Learn how to treat cold and flu symptoms with nine herbs that have been used in many different cultures across the world for centuries.
beets

Use the following tips to produce quality canned, pickled and frozen beets that are optimized for prolonged storage.

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