You might think of parsley as a garnish, but did you know that this humble herb is actually a nutritional powerhouse?
You can have a wildlife friendly garden and eat it too – diversity is the key.
Edible landscaping with herbs is the best thing you can do for your garden and your kitchen. Here are 10 favorite herbs that bring numerous benefits to your garden’s ecosystem, including: attracting pollinators and other beneficial insects, deterring harmful insects, enhancing the flavor and vigor of vegetables, and improving the soil.
If you’re growing lots of herbs, you might not be able to eat them as quickly as your plants produce! Rather than let them go to waste, you can dry [ … ]
If you want to start a garden next spring but are worried about the time and labor investment, an herb garden is an excellent, easy-to-manage substitute. Here are some tips to start planning your herb garden.
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.
Here are some tips for preserving tomatoes, herbs, and greens without canning!
Enjoy these delicious homemade black bean burgers and herbal butter at your next barbecue (or at home). [social_buttons] The sun is coming out, the birds are chirping and the pollen [ … ]
Have you ever heard of Swedish Bitters? It is a five hundred year old healing remedy. The elixir is known to help strengthen the vital organs, soothe the stomach, as [ … ]
I’ve been living in Poland for ten months now. When I first got here, a few food ideas stood out to me that I thought were cool. After ten months, [ … ]
This twist on classic pizza ushers in summer with a tender gluten-free crust, garlicky oven-roasted tomato sauce and the zing of fresh herbs. You could top this with homemade mozzarella [ … ]
Got tomatoes? Looking for a simple, delicious way to use those? Because we planted somewhat late, we’re at the peak of our tomato harvest, and last night I made my [ … ]
You’ve got that garden of herbs, in containers, in your windowsill, in your garden. You’ve made basil pesto, and added some parsley or oregano to pasta sauces. Well, there’s more [ … ]