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Growing Candy in your Own Back Yard or
Kitchen
Peppermint, with its small lilac blossoms, is a hardy
perennial, that can be grown in most everyone's back
yard, although I would suggest that you be careful where
you plant it, as it has a habit of taking over everything.  
Guess it is the mafia ganster of herbs.

Yet, the aroma that is released by brushing your hand
over the leaves can be intoxicatingly delicious!

If you want to add a plant to your home that smells
wonderful, when you brush by, try growing peppermint.  
It is an easy indoor plant to grow, just keep it clipped.
This easy to grow plant will survive most anywhere.

Harsh winters don't seem to bother this plant, neither
does hot summers.  Peppermint like to be grown in
partial shade.

Peppermint has many aliases, names such as lamb mint,
mint lady, or brandy mint.  But what ever it calls itself
these days, you can rest assured that peppermint is
tasty as always.

The flowering tops and leaves are used to derive
peppermint oil, a sweet flavoring used in many drinks,
including hot tea.

My personal favorite peppermint plants were the
chocolate peppermint, pineapple peppermint, and
spearmint.

Wanted to let you know, that I saw a girl selling "sage
wands" on ebay the other day.  She was getting 14.00
for 10 sage sticks.  Amazing!  See you can make money
from your own backyard.  I know, sage isn't candy, but it
was making money, so I thought it was worth a mention.
Peppermint Candies are made from
Peppermint Oils
You can grow your own peppermint
in your home or garden.
Growning Rock Candy
Now, we are not going to
pretend that we know
everything about making
rock candy at home. but
we will tell you that it is
going to be fun.  Just
remember you need an
adult to help, as boiling
water is required and can
be very dangerous.  So
make sure there is an
appropriate adult minded
individual there to
supervise.
Growning Candy Corn
There is a plant called Candy Corn, or
Cuphea micropetala, if you prefer.  
The plant has little tube like blossoms
colored like candy corn, hence the
name.

A very cool way to grow some candy
in your yard, but remember it is not
for you to eat this plant! This plant is
for Butterflies.  Butterflies love candy
corn.

You can find a candy corn plant to
plant in your candy garden or  ask,
Buterfly Gardens by Robyn on Ebay.  
From what I can find out about the
Candy Corn plant, it is difficult to find.

Just thought we would try to help
you out a little.
Making Rock Candy
Candy Corn Plant
Growing Peppermint Candy
Growing Peppermint
Candy
Growing Rock Candy
Growing Candy Corn
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Read, "The Story of the Missing
Cookie Jar" by PenVampyre.  A
delightful little Christmas story
with mouthwatering  recipes for
the most wonderful time of the
year!

Read "
Santa and the Magic Key",
plus recipes for your holidays.  A
story by Robin Wallace.

Read "Easter and Where NOT to
Hide Eggs"  
Memories of Easters
past and a few vintage recipes.

Logan's
Halloween Story -The
original story won first place in
sixth-eighth grade division of
Southeastern Middle School,
2005 by Logan Lyon

Food and Genealogy.  A story By
Robin L. Wallace.  
Our lives, our
families, our very history's are
defined by the foods we eat.

Family Reunion Recipes.
"The Fourth of July and Other
Disasters"
(With Apologies to Jean
Shepherd)
By Robin L. Wallace

A short story by Suellen Fry.  
Memories of my father and his
version of Kickapoojoyjuice.