Erik of podcast and website Root Simple joins Eric to talk about meetups, bread baking and building backyard ovens, the ethics of foraging and more.
Will tells us what its like being a pyrotechnician, and his thoughts on what tractor to buy for a yard or small farm, and planting apple trees.
GF Contributor Sarah joins Eric to talk about phone apps they find helpful and get up to date on Sarah's photography career.
Dave of Clean Slate Farms joins Eric to talk about working full time and having a part time farm. Dave has a YouTube channel here.
Check out the GardenFork Facebook Discussion Group here. Eric has some podcast suggestions, if you like Serial, you may want to check out Someone Knows Something from the CBC . Plus check out Michael Pollan's new 4 part show Cooked on Netflix. Rick likes the Home Of The Brave podcast by Scott Carrier.
Rick tells us the story of his new rescue pup, and segues to dogs don't like to be hugged. Here's the NPR story on that.
Bob has a YouTube channel and website full of maker projects, and we talk about how we all can make stuff, from welding to arduino controllers.
Garden Myths is our topic today a Erin from The Impatient Gardener joins Eric to talk about does Epsom Salts work in the garden, and Irish Spring Soap deters deer?
Buy the book, The Truth About Garden Remedies here: http://amzn.to/1ppcj9w
Here is The Garden Professors Blog.
Eric reads viewer mail and we learn about a manifold bolt repair tool and how to fix your dryer before buying a new one.
Our clothesline video: http://www.gardenfork.tv/how-to-hang-or-install-a-clothesline-gardenfork-tv
Tennis Ball Bazooka: http://www.gardenfork.tv/how-to-make-a-potato-cannon-or-potato-bazooka
Bill Gurstelle on GF Radio: http://www.gardenfork.tv/potato-bazookas-and-catapults-with-william-gurstelle-gf-radio
Rick tells us about the spread of the Bradford Pear and its sibling Callery pear from an article in the Greenville, OK paper.
Bookmobiles are the new food truck, article in the NY Times.
Eric talks with Kenny Point of the gardening blog Veggie Garden Tips about plants that you might not think you can grow in northern climes, and info about how to grow mushrooms.
Eric and Rick discuss Eric's trip to Austin to meet up with GardenFork sponsor Troy-Bilt and the Saturday 6 team of garden bloggers.
Rick's LED grow lights become an issue for him, and Eric gets sunburn.
The tomatoes Rick talked about are avail here: http://hos.ufl.edu/kleeweb/newcultivars.html
Rochelle Greayer of the garden magazine Pith + Vigor joins us to talk about how she came to crowdfund and publish a garden design magazine, and garden trends she sees for 2016.
Eric and Rick discuss what cameras they use and why. Plus how to store your photos and display them.
Rick uses Fracture for prints: https://www.fractureme.com/
Tracy joins Eric to talk about how they moved their parents into care facilities and sold their house. We learned a lot and thought this might help others going through the same thing. Email us: email@example.com Support GardenFork, become a monthly supporter on Patreon, via PayPal, or by shopping on Amazon.
Erin of the gardening blog The Impatient Gardener joins Eric to talk about her predictions for gardening in 2016, starting with more edible gardens and the issues of gardening in your front yard. Support GardenFork, become a monthly supporter on Patreon, via PayPal, or by shopping on Amazon.
We talk about a low tech gardening solution that was very popular in Europe before the 20th century, Fruit Walls, from an article on the Low Tech Magazine website.
Read Scott's articles on Medium about composting and gardening
The camera operator joins Eric to talk about resolutions vs goals, how to run a general store, and when its time to hire someone to do work in your house.
Eric talks about improving the show with new software thanks to our Patreon contributors, editing the video show to be more visually interesting, and follows up with some viewer mail on meditation.
Check out Cooking with Bruce and Mark on iTunes.
Rick joins Eric to talk about how they learned how to meditate. Its not rocket science, and with some new apps out there, its even easier. Both Rick and Eric use the Headspace app.
Eric talks about the drive up on Thanksgiving Eve, thoughts on gas stations, and some cookbooks that make a good gift
Here is Eric's Cookbook Holiday Guide.
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OK, there was this weird buzzing noise in the Thanksgiving tips show we just recorded, so I wanted to share with you a show we did last year on the subject:
Rick and Eric talk about the How To Make Gravy for Thanksgiving video that Eric made with Chef Erica Wides. The price of Thanksgiving turkeys drops around the holidays, and Eric talks about why that happens. Rick asks why turkey is just a once or twice a year food. Turkeys provide an economical way to have several meals from one bird.
Eric talks about the podcasting podcast he has been listening to by Libsyn, and it ends up Eric and the Libsyn podcast host, Elsie, have a mutual friend in Natasha, who Eric knows from the food coop.
We then move on to talking about how to make gravy, and how one has to cook out the water from the stock, water and wine, then you add in the flour. One has to keep in mind that this can take longer than you think.
Rick likes the recent roof repair video Eric did using roof tar, and we point out how permanent roof tar can be when it gets on your hands or your clothes.
Eric found a new podcast, Jack's Farm Radio, that he likes. The host of the show, Daniel will be on our show soon.
Rick and Eric talk about the previous podcast about how to build a hoop house. Matt came on the show to tell us how he is building a hoop house greenhouse.
Viewer Mail and Baking Powder end the show.
Cheri from the YouTube channel Flannel Acres joins me to talk. A recent video she did on how to can grapes was interesting, as I had never thought about canning grapes.
We talk about whether you need to boil the lids or heat up the jars, and using a pressure canner to can meat and low acid vegetables.
Rick joins Eric to talk about the new LED grow lights Rick bought here: http://amzn.to/1LBgML8
Cold Frame Hoop Houses, aka low tunnels, are a great way to extend your growing season. The thermatic crawl space vents we talk about you can get at your local home improvement store or online: http://amzn.to/1LBhube
We move onto borrowing tools, always return tools cleaner than you got them.
Then we talk about how to get rid of mice, and rats if you have them.
Here is the vacuum we talked about last week: http://amzn.to/1G7ImTl
Eric talks about drinking minimalist coffee with sugar, Mike's diet, his new vacuum and how easy a colonoscopy is.
Here is the vacuum we talked about: http://amzn.to/1G7ImTl