I love kohlrabi! It is easy to plant and easy to grow, and it’s versatile as well. You can add it raw in salads, or with dips or you can bake, braise, steam, or mash it. It tastes much like broccoli, and is related to the cabbage plant. Growing kohlrabi is fun, too. It’s an […]
This veggie frittata is great for when you are overrun with eggs, and the garden is in full swing, too. It’s filling, without being heavy and easy to make. The veggies you add can vary, as this is a very versatile recipe as well. This is our favorite way to make it.
In 1860, when The Virginia Housewife was published, cooks had no other options but to use fresh, local, completely natural products and find delicious, inventive ways to prepare them. I’ve done my best to interpret Mary’s recipe for Chicken Pudding, what she fondly labeled “A Favourite Virginia Dish.”
Cooking with kids is fun and teaches them so much. It’s great for bonding time and helps them build self-esteem. Get your kids in the kitchen today for a great meal made with the bounty from your garden. This recipe can use so many garden fresh goodies that you grow in your own chemical free […]
II can’t stand eating vegetables. It’s a funny thing, considering I’m trying to grow as much of my own food as I can in our small city lot, but it’s true. Salad makes me gag. Green beans are evil. I don’t even understand the point of broccoli. BUT they are super good for you. And […]
Applesauce used to be one of those foods I always enjoyed eating but never ever made from scratch. I didn’t think much about how it was made until one Thanksgiving when we went to visit my aunt and uncle and they had a tree with a bazillion fallen apples that they didn’t want. We gathered […]