Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Tuesdays with a Twist #4 AND a Giveaway

WELCOME to our fourth Tuesdays with a Twist! 

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We are so excited you decided to join us again! The most clicked post from party #3 is featured today.   
Black Fox Homestead shared Quinoa Chicken Salad

If you have been featured please feel free to grab our new button!
Please stop by It's Your Life and say "Hey" to Joyce!
I've also created special boards for this party on Pintrest.

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Don't just link and run or you'll miss our Heirloom Seeds giveaway!  Below the party links today you'll have plenty of opportunities to enter! 

The Baker's Dozen Combo Pack from Mary's Heirloom Seeds:
Easy to grow and wonderful to eat.  This pack contains a large variety of seeds  for a very low cost.  
13 seeds from 13 varieties. 
 Includes: Calabrese Broccoli, 5 Color Silverbeet Swiss Chard,  Black Beauty Eggplant,  Waltham Butternut Squash, Crenshaw Melon, Bloomsdale Spinach,  Cal Wonder Bell Pepper, National Pickling  Cucumber, Beefsteak Tomato, Atomic Red Carrots, Self-Blanching Snowball Cauliflower, German Giant Radish,  Detroit Dark Red Beet

Giveaway is open to US and Canadian residents.  
Ends May 8th at Midnight!

The party starts every Tuesday at 7am EST and will continue until Saturday at 11:59pm.  Feel free to stop back any time and "like" your favorites.
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And now for the party!





Mary's Heirloom Seeds Baker's Dozen Giveaway!
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34 comments:

Nancy Wolff said...

I love to grow tomatoes!

Black Fox Homestead said...

I love to grow all sorts of lettuces! Thank you so much for featuring our post! I'm glad you enjoyed it. Have a wonderful week.

~Jenny

Linda Nortje said...

We are thinking of starting a veggie/fruit garden :-) Thank you for hosting!

Linda
With A Blast

Debra Ann Elliott said...

Zuchinni

swiggett said...

So far - tomatoes!

litlsis said...

This year I'm focusing on the things that worked well the last few years and growing MORE of them. We've got lettuce and greens, cauliflower and broccoli, peas, potatoes, strawberries and onions going now. Planning on cukes, squash, and tomatoes (although they NEVER work for me). Hope you have a great week!

deblong said...

I HAVE to grow tomatoes -- I miss them all winter long!

deblong said...

I HAVE to grow tomatoes -- miss them all winter long. Thank-you for hosting!

Allyson Szabo said...

My favorite vegetable to grow is the cucumber. Like others, tomatoes are vastly important to my family's diet, but the humble cuke is what makes me smile. There is nothing better in the world than walking out in August and pulling a fresh, sun-warmed cucumber off the vine and eating it right there in the garden. :)

Joy said...

I love to grow squash and herbs! I love tomatoes, but I don't seem to be able to grow them very well! ;)

Thanks for a great party!

Love, Joy
Yesterfood.blogspot.com

Terri Rochenski said...

I love growing zucchini, but my new love going in this year is strawberries!

catspaw65 said...

Tomatoes and green beans seem to be the most prolific for me.

catspaw65 said...

Tomatoes and green beans seem to be the most prolific for me.

Jen Anne said...

I love growing green beans!

Amanda Nipper said...

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Kathy Shea Mormino, The Chicken Chick® said...

Thanks for hosting!! Have a great week.

Kathy Shea Mormino
The Chicken Chick
http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

April M said...

I love to grow summer squash. So much production for little space!

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

Oh, wow! What a fun party! I'll be right back with a link! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

Thank you for hopping on board The Great Blog Train!

Stone Cottage Adventures said...

Our favorite veggie to grow is probably tomatoes, but we do have lots of herbs, too! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

kellyr78 said...

I like Zucchini
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Kristin McDonald said...

I love growing all types of veggies, my favorite would probably be green beans

Kristin McDonald said...

I love growing all types of veggies, my favorite would probably be green beans

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

I love growing cilantro :)

Riley Howard said...

Cherry Tomatoes are my favorite vegetables to grow.

Riley Howard said...

Cherry Tomatoes are my favorite vegetables to grow.

farmwoman63 said...

Tomatoes!!!

Mary Somerville said...

Heirloom Tomatoes! There is so much variety!

Mary Somerville said...

Heirloom Tomatoes! There is so much variety!

Barb said...

I like growing all kinds of vegetables, but I love eating the peas right out of the garden.

Bama Girl said...

Hi Mary! Glad I found you! Wow! zone 10! I bet you can grow a LOT of stuff! I'm in zone 7 and can grow quite a lot! The giveaway is very generous of you! My favorite thing to grow is summer squash! It seems to thrive in our garden. Blessings from Bama!

Becca Acker said...

I used to always enjoy growing beans when I was a kid. My favorite veggies would be the ones I enjoy growing: cucumbers, carrots, beans, corn...

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ikkinlala said...

My favourite veggie to grow is green peas - there's just no comparison to homegrown, even from the farmers' market (and my local market has good version of most vegetables, even tomatoes).

Emilee said...

It would be fun to grow corn.

Megan said...

I love to grow tomatoes, any heirloom variety - I love all of the colors, shapes and tastes!