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November 24, 2017

This week the Gardenista editors prepared for the holidays in the garden and the kitchen. Here’s a look.

for post holiday cooking, a broth recipe made with carrottops, celery leaves, o 9
Above: For post-holiday cooking, a broth recipe made with carrottops, celery leaves, onion skins, and other trimmings saved from the compost bin. See Zero Waste Thanksgiving: Vegetable Broth, with Help from the Garden.
&#8\2\20;creating compost is a garden job you can do in winter (to ensure y 10
Above: “Creating compost is a garden job you can do in winter (to ensure you have a good supply ready to spread in the spring garden),” writes Michelle in 10 Easy Pieces: Compost Turners. See our full selection of aerators for a winter garden project that’ll pay off in spring.
winter&#8\2\17;s fruit: read all about persimmons (including how to dry the 11
Above: Winter’s fruit: Read all about persimmons (including how to dry them, for a bit of brightness in the kitchen) in Sweet Season: Persimmons, from Fall Through Frost.
thanksgiving may be over, but these 7 tips for tabletop decor from stylist bet 12
Above: Thanksgiving may be over, but these 7 Tips for Tabletop Decor from Stylist Beth Kirby, from a striking ceiling centerpiece to mix-and-match napkins, are inspiration for all through the holidays and dinner parties year-round. Plus, it’s all on a budget.

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