This is a super quick and easy green hot sauce recipe. No roasting or boiling required!
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It’s time to sit on a patio and drink some fresh, fruity, spring cocktails. Here are 5 Tiki-inspired boozy concoctions to welcome the warmth. Aloha!
Even if you live in a snowglobe, you know spring is knocking on the door. It’s time to plan — and plant — your 2013 garden. Want to know the best seeds to buy?
The warm spring we’ve been enjoying on this side of the pond has giving us a large and high-quality strawberry crop, the best in about twenty years!
Check out my top picks for spring radish recipes!
I’m usually not a big fan of cauliflower, but this easy roasted cauliflower dish totally made me a convert.
Like most green leafy vegetables, pea shoots – the young tendrils and leaves of the garden pea plant – are incredibly nutrient-dense. You can start looking for them at farmers markets or Asian markets in the spring and early summer. Two cups of raw pea shoots have 10 calories, zero fat, 35.5% of your recommended […]
The weather here in Atlanta is warming up, and it’s got us craving delicious dinner salads and the lighter dishes that go along with warmer weather. If you’re looking include more local, seasonal produce in your own cooking, we’ve got some resources for you!
June on our Wisconsin farm and B&B, Inn Serendipity, ushers in a few weeks of chaos. Tending everything from gardens to B&B guests, June packs in a cornucopia of duties that take time away from the kitchen and savoring the abundance of the early summer season. Don’t get me wrong as I truly relish this […]
Before I can fully jump into savoring all the tempting, fresh flavors of the spring garden, there’s one last chapter I need to wrap up from last year’s growing season: finishing up what’s left in the freezer. My taste buds may be craving that tender new asparagus, but my rational mind reminds me to first […]
April showers may bring May flowers, but they also bring some very anxious, antsy gardeners! Before you pick up a shovel or plant a single seed, there’s much to be done while you wait for the spring planting season. Planning your garden during the winter and early spring can help you get a jump start […]
Take a tip from Annie Somerville, acclaimed chef at the Greens Restaurant in San Francisco, when you explore the upcoming first farmers’ market of the season, check out some of the more unusual, fresh fare that showcase spring flavor. Chef Somerville knows her seasonal offerings. For the past 28 years, she has helped lead the […]
Spring is here. In order to eat seasonally your food focus should be shifting to tender, leafy vegetables that represent the fresh new growth of this season. The color green is associated with spring, which is a time of renewal and refreshing, vital energy. The greening that occurs in springtime should be represented by greens […]