Vermicompost is good for your garden

What’s good for your garden?

Tina Jacobs is an entrepreneur with tens of thousands of employees. The best part is they pay her and work for free. Her staff consists of thousands of red wiggler worms that turn manure and sawmill by-products into vermicompost, which she packages and sells to gardeners all over the country.

I spoke with Tina about how she got started in the vermicompost business, the challenges she had starting a business, and how the worms make her. She tells us what ratio of vermicompost is best for your garden and plant starts.

Visit Tina’s website to learn more and purchase her terrific vermicompost at Devine Gardens.

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Chef Jason Allen and The Culinary Institute of America

What it’s like to be a professional Chef

Ever wonder what it’s like to attend The Culinary Institute of America? This week I talk with my friend and former classmate at the CIA, Chef Jason Allen and we talk about what made Jason attend the CIA, what it was like, what it’s like to work in a restaurant, and his gardens and orchard in Arizona.

If you’re thinking about becoming a chef, this episode will give you a feel for what it’s like, long hours and all.

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Roasted Butternut Squash Ravioli and Tortellini

Made with wonton wrappers no less!

You can make these really easy with goat cheese or ricotta or spinach and mushrooms. Watch to see how easy it is. I roasted the butternut squash with some nutmeg and cinnamon and added ricotta, salt, and pepper. The squash grew from a volunteer plant at the compost pile. Free food!

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