It’s no secret, my cast iron gets weekly attention in our urban homestead kitchen. I’m using this 50+ year-old pan, which belonged to my great grandmother (Thursa Josephine), for cooking up easy weeknight dinners. I’m talking about one of those easy weeknight dinners that features boneless, skinless chicken thighs and mushrooms – both of which […]
Onions take a while to develop from seed. Starting seeds inside in January or February under grow lights is the only way that I can grow onions from seed and have them mature in my Maine, Zone 5 garden. Visit the link below to learn how to select onion varieties for your growing area, start […]
Simple, easy, & tasty way to make pickled green onions if you have some leftover from the garden, or they are on sale at the store. Give these bad boys a try!
This one pan recipe pairs fresh green beans with a creamy sauce made with caramelized red onions, garlic, cream, and butter. Top it with crunchy sliced almonds.
Have you ever bought something that came in one of those plastic mesh bags? Of course you have – produce… toys… I’ve even seen socks packaged in them. Typically, you rip into the bag from any old angle, dump the contents, and toss the bag in the garbage. I used to do that, too, until […]
If you want to grow amazing onions, this is the place to start. Here you will learn whether to plant sets, seeds, or transplants. Also get a basic understanding of how to plant them, how & when to harvest, and how to set & harvest seeds for the following season.