September 9th, 2010 | by Lisa Ueda
Fresh back from a fantastic Labor day vacation, I was again reminded why it's so important for home gardeners to have good fall fallback recipes to rely on. Onions, peppers and tomatoes, three of the most common vegetables grown by home vegetable gardeners, are plentiful in the Fall, and this recipe calls for all of them!
September 2nd, 2010 | by Lisa Ueda
A lot of gardeners shy away from mint because of its invasive reputation. This recipe is my favorite revenge. My kind, old, brassy neighbor was the first person to share the joy of passing along plants with me along with the recipe for Risi E Bisi.
Awesome any time, use your own easy to grow mint instead of shelling out money for the packets of herbs you'll find at your grocery store
August 30th, 2010 | by Lisa Ueda
If you would like to liberate yourself from non-canning guilt along with me, you may want to try this amazing, better than canned raw pasta sauce. The beauty in it is that the two main ingredients (tomatoes and basil) are easy to grow in any sized garden