You don’t need to be an expert gardener to participate in a seed swap. All you need is some saved seeds and the willingness to share them, and get free seeds in return!
Soup in June? Don’t panic, this delicate soup is tasty served cold too.
Here’s my last Jerusalem artichoke (sunchoke) recipe for the season: a grated Jerusalem artichoke salad with carrots and Meyer lemon vinaigrette. It’s a lovely refreshing salad with in-season ingredients that will having you thinking that spring is already here.
There are lots of reasons for learning how to grow seeds, but my top reason is that I enjoy it: seeds are beautiful and mysterious and I love the process of nurturing them through their stages of growth. It’s magical to propagate your favorite seeds successfully for generations! Just give it a try…
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.
Try this traditional holiday bread from the Provence region of France. It is incredibly versatile and you can make it by following just a few simple steps. It has a rich satisfying brioche-like texture, yet has no dairy products. The key to its flavor is a generous amount of extra virgin olive oil, and I’ve added fresh herbs to this variation of the recipe. It’s a great way to add a special touch to your holiday meals or to bring to a dinner party.