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66 Square Feet: A Delicious Life

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One woman, one terrace, 92 recipes

By Marie Viljoen
Stewart, Tabori & Chang Inc
Sept 2013

South African-born Marie Viljoen started her blog 66 Square Feet (the size of her Brooklyn terrace) to document her life of gardening and cooking in New York City. Despite designing luxurious rooftop gardens for wealthy clients, her own tiny terrace remained her source of daily inspiration. The blog has subsequently been lauded by Apartment Therapy and the Discovery Channel’s Green Planet blog as one of the top 10 gardening blogs to read. Martha Stewart Living and The New York Times have featured Marie’s terrace in their pages. Her book, 66 Square Feet – A Delicious Life, is Marie’s tribute to the city that has nurtured her.

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Los Angeles’ Gro-O builds gardens for well-known TV shows

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Karen Cancilla founder of Gro-O helps plant a Garden with the contestants of The Biggest Loser on NBC. She talks to the contestants about how eating organically home grown produce can help them lose weight.

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Karen Cancilla, businesswoman and mother of six, founded the company when she noticed a growing demand for fresher foods and healthier lifestyles. The company’s mission is to enhance people’s lives through ‘gro-ing’ green, fresh, and responsibly. Gro-O is now offering franchises and looking for passionate people to bring Karen’s concept across the US.

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