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Winter can be tough, but container gardens and houseplants can be brought indoors to lively up your dishes and brighten your hearts year-round.
I have a dear friend who lives but 10 minutes away, and she has a delicious problem – she has three old, stately pear trees that just put out far too much fruit for her to handle! The good friend that I am, I am happy to relieve her of her difficult burden.
Urinary tract infections are awful to deal with. You can use a supportive tea like this to help defeat the UTI before it gets going.
The bright citrus flavor of goldenrod blends beautifully with spicy ginger to make a dry wine that’s well worth the effort to pick the flowers. Cheers!
A poem by Amber Shehan
Goldenrod is everywhere – waving at me from above the blue and purple chicory, teasing me, dancing behind the brown grasses drying in the autumn sun.
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!
Mint is a hearty plant and spreads like crazy once it is established. Once you’ve dried it for tea and made syrups, why not make a wine?
Honey is great all on its own, but did you know that it is also a beneficial medicine? Add herbs to honey and make some magic today!
Misozuke is simple to make and well worth it! Delicious veggies fermented in miso paste make for tasty treats.