Habanero Hot Sauce
10 habaneros, jalapeños, garlic, onions and seasonings make this Habanero Hot Sauce crazy spicy and super addicting.
Lemon Balm Recipes: food, drinks, remedies, + more!
Got lemon balm? Here are over 30 delicious lemon balm recipes to help you use all of this edible and medicinal herb growing in your yard!
GARDEN WISDOM: Companion Planting Chart for Vegetables
How To Plan Your Garden: A Gardener-Friendly Companion Planting Chart & Practical Tips To Get Started And Achieve A Healthy Vibrant Crop throughout the season.
How To Grow Buckets Full Of Bell Peppers + Health Benefits & Recipes
There is nothing more beautiful than a basket full of homegrown bell peppers. I have been growing bell peppers for the last twenty years and have never been disappointed. There are many reasons to love bell peppers. They are really easy to grow, loaded with nutritional value and taste amazing raw and cooked.
6 Ways to Preserve Summer Squash from the Garden
Summer squash is a great crop that gives you a big harvest in a short period of time. Learn 6 ways to preserve summer squash to save your harvest for later!
How to Preserve Peppers
Of the hundreds of jars and bags that I squirrel away for winter, the most prized of them all contain peppers. Frozen, pickled or dried, stored peppers deliver more flavor, by weight, than any other garden goodie...
Pineapple Sage Iced Tea
Pineapple sage grows quickly and soon was the dominant plant growing straight up the middle of my herb pot....what to do with all of this sage?! Summer in Boston, and a house without central AC does not exactly lend itself well to something like a roast chicken with pineapple sage....so I soon found Rita's recipe for Pineapple Sage Iced Tea! Perfect! I made a single batch of this tea, and it was gone within the afternoon! I doubled the recipe and it came out great. I'm posting the single…
9 crops you can plant in August for fall and winter harvest - Our Stoney Acres
There are over 30 different crops you can plant in August. I am going to focus on the 9 crops you can plant in August that are the base fall & winter crops.
How To Dry Lavender From Your Garden
Drying lavender is easy, and doesn’t take much time. Learn all about how to dry lavender, with step-by-step instructions for five different drying methods.
Compelling Reasons for Eating Fruits
Mainly, once you’re searching for good diets to shed weight, it is vital that you eat foods which don’t clog your digestive system, thus slowing down your metabolism. Modifying your weight to a wholesome ...
Hot Sauce from Dried Peppers
Learn how to make hot sauce from dried peppers by easily rehydrating them. You can make just about any sauce or hot sauce recipe with this method.
25 Types of Peppers to Know - Jessica Gavin
There are so many types of peppers. Some are easy on the taste buds; others are a mild form of torture. So how hot can you go? Let’s find out.
20 Different Types of Peppers and Their Delicious Uses
So many types of peppers, so little time — from smoky and spicy to sweet and fruity, discover the peppers that flavor dishes around the world!
How to Save Seeds from Your Garden for Next Year
Whether you've been gardening for years or whether this is your first year, with a little bit of planning you can easily save seeds from your garden harvest to use again for next year's planting
What To Do With All Those Cherry Tomatoes? Roast Em!
A gardener I am not. We have two small container gardens off our deck in our backyard, and while I'm eager and excited in the late spring when we plant, by August I get frustrated with weeding (so I don't) and then the novelty wears off. As this is ou...