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May 11, 2010

Download this episode to your MP3 player, throw on your work clothes, grab your spade and head to the garden. Leave the European Bailout and the NYSE glitches behind you and grow something real.

Jules returns to the show and this time I (Steve) have moved beyond making lame excuses as to why I don't have time to grow my own tomato's. The questions I have for Jules this time are more directed to the beginner gardener but I have a feeling any green thumb will enjoy this coversation as well.

This episode of Two Beers kicks off with a short chat about Jules' appearance on a reality show on the Food Network channel. It's a lively and humorous discussion but I encourage you to follow the links below and watch the show for yourself. Getting a glimpse of the Dervaes' home is a rare treat and can inspire you to build a two-story Cobb oven... just watch the video already. Enjoy the podcast.

Jules Dervaes - Path to Freedom - Urban Homestead - Find them on Facebook

Jules on Food Network

almost eleven years ago

Texasjune, that's a goal of mine. is the place to go to get designs of any kind tnresfearrd to fabric, but it's sort of pricey (starting at $18/yd) so I haven't done it yet. Maybe this summer I'll have time to play with it some more and buy some fabric. I've gotten 6 6 inch samples of a couple of the designs and I know it will look great!

almost eleven years ago

Helliw. Long time no communicate! I hope you are all dandy and well. I see you've had some good shows on renletcy, and some good uns coming up. I shall do my utmost to get down to one soon. I'm keen to play a date in Birmingham in May this year. As I'm no longer running Bohemian Jukebox events on a regular basis, could you consider me to play a support slot for any dates you have going in May?Hope so. Take it easy,Ben.

almost eleven years ago

Anonymous Posted on My sister's body and mine were so direffent growing up. She was 2 years younger and developed like 4 years after I did. I don't think i was very nice to her about her ironing board . Sorry, Jules.