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Our flowers to seem to be more dynamic and they have more of a living energy about them, and I feel like you can actually see that and perceive it.
That’s Linda Chapman of Harvest Moon Flower Farm. If you’re planning to buy flowers for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day, think local. Chapman explains how her farm produces flowers 12 months a year.
Before that, our resident sommelier Brad Dunn talks about dessert wines.
Stephanie Solomon of Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard shows us kale plants that are thriving in the organization’s hoop house despite the cold temperatures.
In the kitchen, Chef Daniel Orr prepares two recipes using kale. Nothing says I love you like leafy greens, right?
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Stories On This Episode
No Valentine's Day dinner would be complete without some chocolate and a glass of dessert wine. Sommelier Brad Dunn runs down the different varieties of port.
Harvest Moon Flower Farm grows blooms 12 months of the year in southern Indiana thanks to a solar greenhouse and two hoop houses.
In spite of frigid winter temperatures, kale, collard greens, bok choy and salad greens are growing inside the hoop house at the Butler Park Community Garden.
Giving the kale a good, thorough back rub for this recipe. It tenderizes it and make it easier to chew.
Who needs potato chips when you have these! A dusting of curry and garlic powders give these kale chips a great flavor.