While living on a different continent for a couple months this year, I had the privilege of eating a variety of foods that I’ve never tried before, like njugu …
Vegetable-eating isn’t exactly on my top ten list. And from what I’ve heard, a lot of other people aren’t overly crazy about the process either. I’m not sure, but I have a suspicion that the lack of excitement over vegetables may have something to do with slimy spinach and beets that taste sort of like […]
You’ve probably heard of green onions, but have you ever tried green garlic? Also known as baby garlic, spring garlic, young garlic, and garlic shoots, this luscious springtime treat …
A video of our sweet potato harvest.
Whoever said diamonds were a girl’s best friend never had a Nancy Hall sweet potato. Not just any sweet potato, mind you. A Nancy Hall is unlike any other sweet tater I’ve ever tasted. A sweet potato is to a Nancy Hall like ice milk is to
The leaves are turning a rich red and lush yellow color, the apples are harvested and filling the house with their lovely apple aroma, the air is cold and briskly pushing its way through our jackets; and we’re
Making refrigerator pickles is uber easy! It only takes minutes of your time. And no store-bought “polysorbate 80, sodium benzoate, natural flavors, yellow 5-spiked” pickle can compare to these fantastically fresh homemade pickles!
This past week we took a trip over to Whitehall to go blueberry picking at Hyatt Blueberry Farm.
Ever since we moved, I have been itching – I mean like major breakout of poison ivy …
This is part five in a five part series on gardening. Don’t forget to enter Garden Giveaway!! Spring is here and we’re digging our garden seeds out of the frig to get them started so we’ll have little plants ready when the snow melts! I used to use those black garden nursery flats or peat […]