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Edible Notables – ONGI ETORRI

edible notables ONGI ETORRI Reno Basque Club welcomes 50 years of culture. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANNPHOTOS BY CANDICE NYANDO With traditional food, colorful dances, and even a war-cry contest, the

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Meet the Rancher – A Knack for Yaks

meet the rancher A KNACK FOR YAKS Sierra Valley ranchers raise an ancient, distinctive breed. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANNPHOTOS BY CANDICE NYANDO With their charming faces, luscious hairstyles crowned by

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edible garden – On Terra Firma

edible garden ON TERRA FIRMA Gregg Jones of EP Minerals fits a veritable farm on his one-acre lot. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANNPHOTOS BY ASA GILMORE Gregg Jones’ prolific garden and

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edible garden – Six Practical Tools

edible garden 6 PRACTICAL TOOLS Check out these cool gadgets to help grow all your favorite foods. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANNPHOTOS COURTESY OF MANUFACTURERS Even die-hard vegetable gardeners will come

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Meet the Farmer – Peak Health

meet the farmer PEAK HEALTH The Hodge family grows and forages to create healing medicine. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANNPHOTOS COURTESY OF TINA HODGE (PRODUCT SHOTS BY ASA GILMORE) Tina Hodge

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Mint To Be

drink tank MINT TO BE This classic Kentucky Derby cocktail is refreshingly simple. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANNPHOTO BY CHRIS HOLLOMAN “You don’t usually see a lot of cocktails come out

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Edible Garden – Growing Nuts

edible garden GROWING NUTS  Almonds and walnuts are challenging to grow, but worth the effort. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANN   While exploring the Reno-Tahoe area for fruit-laden trees in the

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Edible Garden – Berry Unexpected

edible garden BERRY UNEXPECTED Go native with Nevada-friendly berries. WRITTEN BY CHRISTINA NELLEMANN For gardeners who want plants that do double or even triple duty, good ol’ berries should be

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