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Can you grow artichokes from cuttings?

[ad_1] Most garden centers don’t carry them, but many catalogs do. Or you can use my personal preference and try planting Jerusalem artichokes you’ve purchased at the grocery store!The artichoke (Cynara cardunculus) is a perennial thistle whose flower is harvested for food before maturity. The traditional way to propagate artichokes is by dividing the roots […]

Can crab cakes be frozen and reheated?

[ad_1] REHEATING INSTRUCTIONS *Crab Cakes Preheat oven to 325°F, reheat from room temperature uncovered for 10-15 minutes. REHEATING INSTRUCTIONS Pre-cooked entrées (Items need to be placed in an oven safe pan, if not already in one) Chicken or Seafood Preheated oven 350°F, 45 minutes, covered.Transfer crab cakes to a large freezer bag or freezer container. […]

Can cherry trees grow in Ontario?

[ad_1] Cherry trees of many types are grown in Ontario, predominantly in the southern part of the province where winter temperatures are milder. Most sour cherries are self-pollinating, whereas sweet cherries are usually cross-pollinators–meaning you need two trees for fruit production.Most sweet cherry production in Canada is in British Columbia, which had 75% of the […]

Can I deduct real estate transfer tax?

[ad_1] You closing costs are not tax deductible if they are fees for services, like title insurance and appraisals. You can deduct these items considered mortgage interest: Mortgage insurance premiums — for contracts issued from 2014 to 2019 but paid in the tax year. Points — since they’re considered prepaid interest.Unlike ordinary property tax, you […]

Can you eat Chinese pistachios?

[ad_1] When eaten, wilted leaves and seeds of certain pistachio trees are toxic to horses, according to researchers at the University of California, Davis. chinesis, which should be distinguished from P. vera, the most common species of the Pistacia genus.They look as red and shiny as the apple Eve tasted in Eden, which should give […]