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.
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Healthy eats are important, but sometimes it can feel like our budgets get in the way of our best intentions. When money’s tight, it seems like food is one of the first places a lot of folks cut back.
Luckily, healthy food doesn’t have to be expensive!
One of the books in my home library that guests always “ooh” and “ah” over is The Backyard Homestead by Carleen Madigan. My friends and family know that I have ambitions of homesteading, and this book makes my dream seem like a realistic venture. The Backyard Homestead is an accessible guide on how to turn […]
It’s that time of year again…your garden is overflowing and you can’t seem to eat fast enough! The zucchini and basil are multiplying faster than you can pick them and soon the tomatoes will start turning red right before your eyes. It is time to do something about it. A great way to make good […]
It’s basil season! This garden herb is great for making pesto, and it’s also the perfect way to spruce up your favorite summer cocktail recipe.
We’re all about local eats around here, and what’s more local than food you grew on your balcony or in your own back yard? With summer here in full swing, it’s a great time to get some tomato plants going. It might be a bit late to start from seed, but score some nice organic […]
The fall fruit harvest is months away, but spring is a good time for planting deciduous fruit trees. Nurseries have a wide selection of trees in pots, ready to add to an edible landscape.