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Community Garden Club of Meredith, New Hampshire hosts ‘Gardening is Murder’ author Neal Sanders

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He chronicles their garden and his views on gardening in his widely read blog, ‘The Principal Undergardener’.

The Citizen
May 9, 2016

Excerpt:

Neal Sanders retired from the corporate world in 2005 with an idea that he might pursue writing fiction. With the upcoming publication of ‘How to Murder Your Contractor’, he has now written ten books, and has many more ideas for future intrigue. Many of his mysteries feature a horticultural theme and more than a few of them will garner a chuckle as the plot unfolds.

Strong, independent women are at the heart of his writing. Sometimes they solve crimes, sometimes they commit them, but the women are always interesting and his books contain unexpected twists guaranteed to intrigue all readers. Neal’s books stand out as he is a thorough researcher adding accurate descriptions and details whether it is a flower show, corporate merger, or murder trial.

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BUGS the film – Will eating insects save our Earth?

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BUGS, a documentary by Andreas Johnsen. A gastronomic adventure with Nordic Food Lab: Can eating insects save our Earth?

World premiere at Tribeca Film Festival 2016.
(Must see. Mike)

For the past three years, a team from Copenhagen-based Nordic Food Lab, made up of chefs and researchers Josh Evans, Ben Reade and Roberto Flore, has been travelling the world to learn what some of the two billion people who already eat insects have to say. In BUGS, film director Andreas Johnsen follows them as they forage, farm, cook and taste insects with communities in Europe, Australia, Mexico, Kenya, Japan and beyond. During their journey they encounter everything from revered termite queens and desert-delicacy honey ants to venemous giant hornets and long-horned grasshoppers trapped using powerful floodlights, which sometimes cause their operators blindness.

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