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Citrus Garden

By Sean Flynn

Citrus Garden

"Making It Grow" travels to the home of Ned and Faye Rahn to see their Citrus Garden.

Peachy Pizza

By Sean Flynn

Peachy Pizza

Gaie McLeod of McLeod Farms in McBee, SC joins us at "Making It Grow" and shows us how to make a "Peachy Pizza."

Don't Miss CreateTV Marathons

By Ty Moody

Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup
Create® TV's marathons consist of a full day of how-to programs focusing on a specific theme. Take a sneak peek at upcoming weekend marathons below. 

August 2019 Schedule

Exotic Flavors
August 24 & August 25 

We’re making meals from Africa, Asia and the Middle East!  Your palette will be excited and you won’t have to leave your kitchen to indulge thanks to Christopher Kimball.  Use Christopher’s tried and true methods to infuse flavor into every bite.  We’re on a global food tour!

Discovering Schweinitz's Sunflower

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. The Schweinitz sunflower was named for Lewis David de Scweinitz, an American botanist with important German connections. Born in Pennsylvania, he was a descendant of the founder of the Moravian Church, and traveled to Germany for training at a seminary there. .

Lillie's of Charleston

By Sean Flynn

Lillie's of Charleston

"Making It Grow" featured South Carolina Specialty Food Association member Lillie's of Charleston. Tracey Richardson shared the story of these sauces and also shared some recipes.

Lillie’s Spicy Hummus

  • Extra Virgin Olive oil
  • Hummus
  • Lillie’s of Charleston Low Country Loco or Special Blend hot sauce
  • Black Benne seeds

Directions:

In a medium sized bowl, pour in olive oil just coating bottom. Next spoon your favorite hummus on top.

Artichokes

By Amanda McNulty

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow.  At a recent funeral in Columbia, the homily included remarks about the thousands of jars of artichoke relish the departed parsishoner had made over the years for an annual bazaar. Artichoke pickles are made from a native sunflower, Helianthus tuberosus. Believed to have first been domesticated by   western native americans, it’s now found in almost every state and in half of Canada.

Sunflowers Are For the Birds

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. I’m going to suggest that my bird-loving friend Ann Nolte add a large planting of sunflowers to her “big yard” garden outside St. Matthews .

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