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Here are a few tips and tricks for preparing your garden for winter: veggies, annuals, and perennials, too!
Everyone knows garlic as the ubiquitous kitchen seasoning that it is, but there are fewer people who realize that they can use this versatile bulb medicinally! One way to combine those two purposes is to make Garlic Infused Honey.
Dilly beans are a great way to preserve green beans. Add these spicy, crunchy beans to cheese boards, minced into a relish, or snacked on right out of the jar!
There seems to be so much goodness left in the stems of herbs after they’ve been processed and it can be hard to compost them or throw them away – so make these instead!
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When life gives you lemon cucumbers, make delicious pickles!
This small batch recipe for pear butter is enhanced with a touch of Earl Grey tea – the perfect pairing for early autumn!
It is a beautiful spring, but I’m singing the blues. I’m down to my last bottle of dandelion wine from last year, and now I have to make more! It will be months before I can drink more of this delicious nectar.
Every part of the linden tree is edible, and in the early spring, the leaves are especially delicious salad greens.
Pesto is a perfect way to preserve the wild greens that grow in your yard and garden. Go beyond basil and forage some goodies to include in your next batch!
One of the earliest Spring flowers to appear, violets are a balm for the winter-tired soul! They are edible, abundant, and also useful in many herbal preparations.