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Blogs I Read

A consolidation of blogs I enjoy reading. I try to keep it updated, as blogs come and go. Many of my recipes come from the Food Challenge blogs which are mostly inactive, but still are archived at the bottom of this page.

If you find a broken link, comment and let me know. I will remove it.

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HoCo Centric Blogs

Scott E’s Blog Local politics and much more
Threw Mike’s Eyez Local photographer Mike Hartley
HoCo Connect Random Musings and County Info
Village Green/ Town Squared Life in Columbia’s Villages

The CSA blogs

Farm Fresh Feasts
Boxing Day
Kitchen Scribble
Lancaster Farm Fresh Recipe Blog

Locavore and Gardening Blogs

Grow It, Eat It The UofMD blog about gardening
A Sonoma Garden
Starving Off the Land
Adventures of the Kitchen Ninja
The Foodie Farmer

Random Fun Blogs I Stumbled Upon and Like

Mom’s Big Year Nancy’s take on a birding Big Year, Mom styled
Michael Ruhlman
A Wonderland of Words
Anything But Academia
Smitten Kitchen
David Lebovitz
The Slow Cook Now at Spy Dog Farm and not in DC
Dinner: A Love Story For hints about keeping it real at the family table

My Food Challenge Circle

Most of these are now inactive, but still have recipes and links that I use regularly to make foods with local items.

Backyard Grocery Northern VA
Bumble Lush Garden near DC
Eat. Drink. Nourish. South Carolina
Eating Appalachia Blue Ridge VA
Eating Floyd Southwest VA
Family Foodie Survival Guide Northern VA
Sincerely, Emily Texas
Windy City Vegan North Carolina

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7 responses »

  1. Would you be able to add mine? Have nominated you for a Versatile Blogger award! Marvellous stuff, love it!

  2. Mary Brandenburg

    Hi there,
    I too am a resident of western Howard County, am an avid vegetable gardener, love to cook, love living on our little piece of heaven, and no, it really isn’t rural anymore, yet we still enjoy a sense of space…sunsets,the quiet.

    I am just now re-engaging with a blog I began in 2010, yet for various reasons abandoned . Now I jumping back in and yet my learning curve is steep and I feel the need to learn how other folks manage their blogs,,create tags, have email sign ups, etc.
    So , how did you get started with your wonderful blog? It has many features that I like , especially as I would love to create ways to share my blog.

    By the way, my fledging blog is www.
    The name of my blog is Notes from the Garden and Other Thoughts
    And my name is Mary Brandenburg.
    I would so appreciate any info, resources, guidance you can provide.
    And hope you get a chance to take a look at my blog. It will, I hope, give you a chance to get a sense of what I am up to.
    Thanks in advance,

    • Hi Mary, I will send you email about how I got started. I do like WordPress. It is easy to use their tools to build a blog.

      I also like being in hocoblogs to find local readers.

  3. I have added a link to your blog in my post of CSA Blogs Around the Web:

    I love that you have a local County blog to interact with people in your neighborhood. What a wonderful way to discover local resources!

  4. You also might enjoy the blog with a challenge to grow salad for 52 weeks of the year
    And one that helps people grow food locally and includes the 100 Square foot food garden challenge to see how much food you can grow in 100 SF in a year.

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