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An Eat The View Update

Guest contributor Pamela Price is the founder of Red, White & Grew, a blog devoted to “Promoting the Victory Garden Revival and other simple, earth-friendly endeavors as bipartisan, patriotic acts in an age of uncertainty.” If you’re a regular Eat.Drink.Better. reader, then you’re probably familiar with the clever, non-partisan Eat The View initiative to put vegetable […]

October 6th

Hop To It: Best-Selling Author Suggests Gardening with Peter Rabbit in Mind

Guest contributor Pamela Price is the founder of Red, White & Grew, a blog devoted to “Promoting the Victory Garden Revival and other simple, earth-friendly endeavors as bipartisan, patriotic acts in an age of uncertainty.” Meeting people…really interesting people…is the most satisfying aspect of my blogging experience thus far. Among the many folks that I’ve […]

September 30th

Reflecting on the Importance of a Victory Gardener’s Personal Style

Guest contributor Pamela Price is the founder of Red, White & Grew, a blog devoted to “Promoting the Victory Garden Revival and other simple, earth-friendly endeavors as bipartisan, patriotic acts in an age of uncertainty.” Rummaging through old WWII-era Victory Garden pamphlets online earlier this week, I was struck again by how dry and formulaic […]

September 10th

Celebrate Slow Food Nation From Afar

Guest contributor Pamela Price is the founder of Red, White & Grew, a blog devoted to “Promoting the Victory Garden Revival and other simple, earth-friendly endeavors as bipartisan, patriotic acts in an age of uncertainty.” If you’re a full-fledged foodie, then you’re well aware of this weekend’s Slow Food Nation ’08. Sandwiched as it is […]

August 29th

Be a Victory Garden Mentor!

Guest contributor Pamela Price is the founder of Red, White & Grew, a blog devoted to “Promoting the Victory Garden Revival and other simple, earth-friendly endeavors as bipartisan, patriotic acts in an age of uncertainty.” A few decades ago, Americans would have learned how to raise peas, carrots and corn under the watchful eye of […]

August 21st