Growing peanuts, stress remedies, toll house pie

This is an archived issue of our Companion email newsletter.

Daily Newsletter for Friday, May 8, 2020


Among the changing months, May stands confest
The sweetest, and in fairest colours dressed!
Soft as the breeze that fans the smiling field;
Sweet as the breath that opening roses yield.

–James Thomson (1700–25)

The Old Farmer's Almanac Garden Planner
How to Grow Peanuts

How to Grow Your Own Peanuts
Try growing peanuts in your garden! Often thought of as just a snack to be munched on, peanuts are actually a healthful and nutritious food.


How To: Help Your Dog Live Longer and Better

If you have noticed your dog having lower energy, redness inside the ears, bad breath, or their poop smells very bad then these could be warning signs of something serious. Click here to find out right now if your dog is affected.
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Grow a Pantry Garden for Storing

Gardening for the Pantry: Vegetables for Storing
Grow some vegetables that can be enjoyed long after the gardening season is done. If you wish to plant for the pantry—whether for freezing, preserving, or canning—see which crops to grow and which ones store well for year-round enjoyment.
Farmhouse Couch Pillows

Choose from many different designs. Perfect for a country-themed home.
Toll House Pie Recipe

Toll House Pie

This Toll House Pie recipe is an easy one that everyone loves. It tastes like a giant chocolate chip cookie. Go all the way and serve it warm with a scoop of ice cream.

The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids, Volume 8

Stuck at home? Keep youngsters entertained for hours with fun facts, fascinating stories, and educational activities!
Remedies for Stressful Times

Anxiety and Stress Remedies
Here are herbal remedies to help ease anxiety and stress.
Vern Ader's Weed Spinner

Finally, it’s fun and easy to weed!  What’s more, dandelions don’t stand a chance! The Weed Spinner is an innovative drill-driven weed removal bit that spins out weeds and their roots in one whirling motion.The action is fast and the result is very satisfying! What’s more, there’s no kneeling, bending, or getting your hands dirty.
Collecting Chicken Eggs

Raising Chickens 101: Collecting, Storing, and Hatching Chicken Eggs
Raising chickens for eggs? Let’s talk about how to collect, clean, store, and hatch chicken eggs as part of our Raising Chickens 101 series.