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Get the recipe for Spring Herb Hummus Vegetable Garden at: Bring a vegetable platter to the party that no one can resist—even the kids! In a baking dish pour a herbed hummus dip of chickpeas, tahini, lemon zest and juice, basil, parsley, chives, mint, garlic and salt. Then arrange your favorite veggies in neat rows, leaving on some tops for color and fun: carrots, radishes, snap peas, asparagus and celery. Subscribe to Allrecipes @ Allrecipes Magazine is now available! U.S. subscribers, subscribe here: Canadian subscribers, subscribe here: Facebook Twitter @Allrecipes Ok, here are some important website links. Please check them out.. Here’s Tim’s amazing guitar machine.. here’s our online store where you can see some of the craft things we make and sell.. and here’s our Patreon page where you can see more of our plans and dreams. (Remember even 5 dollars would make a BIG difference to us and we’d be very grateful.) Thank you! Sandra & Tim Copyright WayOutWest. All rights reserved. Please share if you like, but don’t copy or use without permission. Just get in touch via email blowinblog @ Don’t steal our stuff! Related PostsTime to start the Spring Vegetable Garden!Spring 2016 Vegetable Garden UpdateTexas Organic Spring Vegetable Garden 2012 Update #4 of 8Early Spring Vegetable Garden TourThe Beginning | Spring Vegetable GardenWelcome To Our Organic Vegetable Garden | Spring 2016

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  • MrWLMoon 11 months ago

    I didnt see but how often do you need to water? Jus kidding

  • zainab naeem 11 months ago

    chickpeas are boiled or soaked?

  • Alisa Wooten 11 months ago

    cute idea

  • Cooking Lessons for Dad 11 months ago

    That is such a fun idea!

  • Aleksandar Ilić 11 months ago


  • Agata Rosicki 11 months ago

    Your other videos were better with the person talking and making a brief video these videos but just music don't help somebody who has a visual impairment to follow the recipe! Very sad and disappointed in the new content that you've been putting out!

  • Thanhnhi Tran 11 months ago


  • Ellie Bogar 11 months ago

    Who uses allrecipes for everything they make?

  • Er A glitch 11 months ago


  • What a calming video! Love it!

  • Mike Jose 11 months ago

    I didn't realize that the European robin was so adorably round. Our American robins are very dinosaur-like hunters. They stalk through the short grass of gardens here with sharp eyes, pouncing on anything that moves.

  • Ryan Phillips 11 months ago

    love you guys sooooo much

  • roger drum 11 months ago

    Wow. Our robins are much larger. Do you have any purple martins in Ireland?
    My great grand parents immigrated from Ireland in the 1890's. I wish I had your accent. Very nice to just listen to you speak ma'am. The birds songs are beautiful also.

  • icarus901 11 months ago

    Envious of your mild winters! My rhubarb has yet to find its way out of its winter slumber

  • Glenn Reach 11 months ago

    Hello there from Alberta, Canada.  I watched one of your videos on your homemade bandsaw sawmill and was captivated!  I would normally never watch videos of ducks mating, or turning a garden, but I absolutely love your little videos.  Thank you so much for the few minutes of enjoyment.

  • Віталій Українець 11 months ago

    дякую .весело у тебе на фермі зайці та лисиця на подвірї.

  • Andy Castor 11 months ago

    Love your vids, thanks! 🙂

  • Alan Phoenix 11 months ago

    another great vid thank you

  • Karla B 11 months ago

    Rhubarb crumble sounds yummy!

  • CORRIGEEN71 11 months ago

    for all the city dwellers surrounded by concrete

  • Smallpotato1965 11 months ago

    don't cut your rhubarb! Pull it!!

  • Old Gardener Guy 11 months ago

    I think many gardeners have lost connection with nature. In Finland they say you can only sow your seeds in the fields when the moorcock fight in the forest. Birds know a thing or two about weather and are sensible enough to lay their eggs once the danger of frost has past.

  • Bio-Garten Reich 11 months ago

    Wow, I really loved all the animals you showed us in the video! It's paradise 🙂

  • Pintofmilk 11 months ago

    My grandad always says if you are nice to the fox and feed him he won't eat your chickens .it worked for him but then the mink came.

  • GhostPengy 11 months ago

    Our rule for rhubarb is to pull the one closest to the ground and slowly make way up. That way you don't break the stem and don't leave the stumps on it. Just the difference I noticed. XD

  • dingo23451 11 months ago

    "one of the most lovely things in spring is the return of the bird chorus" : STORM RAGING!!
    I know it wasn't intentional but it made my day. 😉

  • Justin Coombs 11 months ago

    Beautiful Spring weather. Can't wait for it to be nice like that here! That fox looked like it has been snacking pretty well.
    Can't believe it's soon to be April. At least the snow and cold is gone, But it is still quite brisk out as it's hovering around 0C here at night in Southern Ontario, Canada.

    May Spring be with you. 😀

  • Springwood Cottage 11 months ago

    Nice to have hoofed lawn mowers, so much quieter & self fertilising too. Sometimes use my pony, but need to be careful as don't want him getting laminitis. Also interesting that you cut the rhubarb, I got told off for doing that & have pulling ingrained in my brain, but as I gave up puddings etc for lent the rhubarb just grows bigger!