There seems to be a fascination with heirlooms. They often come in beautiful colors and look unlike anything we ate growing up. I also suspect there is a kind of ancestral interest in them. Just like we’re interested in how our great grandparents shaped who we became; we’re also interested in seeing theses old varieties […]
Pumpkin Granola Is So Good, So Inexpensive And SO EASY To Make!! And nothing says fall like PUMPKIN! I like to use pumpkin puree from the heirloom sugar pumpkins right out in my garden. Give this granola a try, you’ll love it! #TaylorMadeRanch
There is a lot of talk about GMO foods (and seeds) lately, but do you know the difference between heirlooms and GMO plants? This post breaks it down.
What’s in your garden. The old saying goes one who plants a garden believes in the future. But, what kind of future do you look forward to? I look forward to a future full of surprises that’s why I grow rare heirlooms.
Heirloom tomato season is my favorite time of year. Once the season begins, we pick pounds of ripe heirloom tomatoes every day. This recipe is one of our favorite ways to enjoy the earthy, fresh flavor of the heirloom tomatoes and basil picked fresh from the garden every day.
It’s almost the end of summer and here’s my report on the tomato varieties we tried this summer. Which tasted best, which produced the most and which came in last.