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Amy Pennington, food writer and organic gardener (and author of Apartment Gardening), lives in a Seattle apartment overlooking the Cascade Mountain range. A passionate cook, she grows vegetables and herbs on her deck, which supply her kitchen throughout the year. Here, she shares with us What Makes a House a Home.
The ancient design of outdoor ovens fires a passion for fresh-baked pizza—here's everything you need to know about installing a pizza oven in your outdoor kitchen. Add one to your garden and you'll never get delivery again. "I think of pizza as just a starting point now," says one pizza oven owner—read on to see what else he cooks in his outdoor oven.
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If you're putting in some outdoor speakers for your garden, it's more important to emphasize the quality of the speakers, rather than trying to disguise them in your garden. We take a look at some tricks for creating a sound system in your garden.
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A new crop of outdoor seating looks and feels good enough to take inside.
Favorite summer games include croquet, badminton, and V:King. Are you buying any lawn games before the end of summer?
In these super-hot days of summer, who doesn't want a hammock to lounge in? Here are three of our favorites.
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Should you encourage your children to play with their food? Young gardeners might enjoy this set of utensils disguised as gardening tools.
A photo tour of a Los Angeles house and garden transformed by design firm Commune, bringing together the home's outdoor and indoor spaces together in a relaxed and comfortable style.
Zucchini is a bumper crop for almost every gardener who chooses to grow it. In today's From Garden to Table column, Katie Mendelson shares a recipe for zucchini bread from the Morning Glory Farm cookbook, a book that grew out of a favorite farm stand on Martha's Vineyard, which is an institution on the island, beloved for its fresh vegetables.
In our new column, we cook local bounty that's in season. Today, Katie Mendelson writes about Mark Diacono's The Food Lover's Garden, where he argues that "Life is too short to grow ordinary food," and shares the recipe for Diacono's Strawberry Scones.
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