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Green Tomatoes or Bust: How to Ripen & When to Eat

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Wondering how to ripen green tomatoes and when to eat them? Here are some of my best tips for making the most of your tomato harvest. Harvest, Ripen & Eat Green Tomatoes At the end of...

Preserving Herbs: Make Your Own Herb Infused Vinegar

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Have fun with your harvest -- and don't let a single leaf (or flower) go to waste. Make your own herb-infused vinegar to preserve and enjoy herbs through the seasons. Thoughtfully stored herbs stretch the...

Winter Harvest Stew with Carrot & Apple

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This winter harvest stew with carrot and apple is a new family favorite. It’s really a stoup because it’s chock-full of veggies and it’s perfectly thick but...

From Seed to Plate: Radishes for Every Garden

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Grow radishes from seed to plate for the easiest and rewarding garden. Radishes may not be as stylish as other, more celebrated kitchen garden crops such as tomatoes or kale, but they're carefree, abundant and...

Purple Peach & Blackberry Pie

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What happens when you pair purple peaches and blackberries in pie? Only the most amazing mouthful of summer. Dare you ask what’s a purple peach? We generally find white or yellow peaches at the market. Both...

DIY Cocktail Herb Garden: Scented Geranium + Recipes

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Looking for something new to plant in your summer garden? Add scented geraniums to the list. They're worth every square inch of earth they occupy and they're glamorous in a beautiful-on-the-inside sort of way. More...

Cooking with Edible Flowers: Garden Fresh Summer Rolls & More

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Looking for simple, easy ways to cook with edible flowers? I have a few, all-time favorite recipes and tops on the list are summer rolls. Though I also love candied blooms for sweets, tossing petals...

Rose Hip Jelly

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All rose hips are edible and nutritious (offering one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C) but, as with any fruit, some taste better than others. I find the hips of rugosa and...

Mom’s Brown Stew

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  Fall is here and so too is my mom’s brown stew. The seasons are like that, reminding me of foods I may not have considered since the year before. Days on the calendar pass,...

What To Do With a Bumper Crop

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  When it’s time to plant spring veggies, I do so with visions of summer bumper crops. At least with crops like tomatoes, cucumbers, and green beans. The thought of harvesting more green beans than...
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