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Recent Articles about Golden Gate Gardening and Great Crop Varieties

Recently I have been interviewed twice for articles about gardening and the new edition of Golden Gate Gardening. The first article appeared in the New York Times on January 20th. It's about some of my favorite vegetable and flower varieties, and you can read it at: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/01/21/garden/21seeds.html

The second is a profile of me and has much information about GGG3. It was in the SF Chronicle (and on sfgate.com) on January 31. You can read it at: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/01/30/HO861BIV4V.DTL&type=homeandgarden

They used a crop of my photo of a winter salad with miner's lettuce in the Chronicle article. Here's the whole image. I have great fun putting together a salad from mostly weeds and edible flowers in winter and Winter Salad copy 72 early spring. Here is how it looks before I add the dressing--a balsamic vinegar vinaigrette. Complete instructions for growing, harvesting, and making this kind of salad are in the new edtion of Golden Gate Gardeing.

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Evan

Hi

What a beautiful picture of salad. By the way, I also read both of your articles and you have compiled a great list of flowers and vegetables in the NYTimes article.

Great read.

regards,
Evan

Rachel

What a gorgeous salad! This is Rachel with Sasquatch books and I have a quick request. We are trying to boost our online presence, so we're hoping you'd be able to post a link to our blog on your site.

Thanks in advance!

http://www.sasquatchbooksblog.com/

Katie Torgerson

Pam Peirce,
I am writing on this blog in the hope of inviting you to speak this summer at Harvest for the Hungry Garden in Santa Rosa as part of our garden workshop series. Our community garden has been providing organic produce to differant feeding agencies for over 20 years. We host free garden workshops every summer to our community in order to teach backyard successful sustainable gardening practices. Our classes are well attended and appreciated by the community. We feel you would be an excellant speaker highlighting Bay Area garden winners, and tips for growing. Our web site is www.harvestgarden.org. I hope you will check us out, and consider particpating in our workshop. We welcome you to sell your book at the workshop.
Thank-you, Katie Torgerson

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