Ever try wrapping a cut watermelon with plastic wrap? Doesn’t work out so well, does it. Here’s a handy tip to keep your cut watermelon fresh and free from bugs.
Learn to spot the difference between a wild edible and a dangerously poisonous weed. Then try these recipes for wild carrots and Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly!
If you find yourself with an abundance of zucchini this summer, give this recipe a try!! I bet your kids will never be able to tell what’s in it!
It’s coming along!
Red clover lemonade is a tasty way to enjoy the blossoms of this wild weed.
Every bit of my broccoli this year has been terribly bitter!! I’ve thought of a few possible explanations. Do you have any thoughts on this?
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I can’t believe how easy these things were to grow from seed!! And now that I know how to remove the bitterness, all I need is the perfect go-to recipe for cooking my turnips. Recipes welcome!!
Learning how to propagate is a great way to build your landscape for free, and potentially earn you a little extra cash as well!
This really is a fantastic book on everything from gardening tips and recipes for enjoying your harvest, to wine and cheesemaking, and more!
Um. Yeah. You just have to read this one.
Letting a hen hatch chicks out naturally is an incredibly exciting thing to watch. But there are times when a sitting hen is just NOT something that you want in your flock. Here’s how I go about “breaking up” my broodies, and my reasons for wanting to do so…
This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Amy!! And a big thank you to everyone who entered.
A delicious way to use purslane, a nutritious, edible weed you might have growing in your garden!