We love garden grown potatoes! Using the Hill Method most years we are able to get over 200 pounds of potatoes from our urban garden. Growing potatoes using the hill method is actually the simplest way to grow potatoes. This method uses less materials and anyone can do it, it just takes a little work […]
How to cook, shred, and freeze homemade hash browns from your garden potatoes.
Here you have it, an exciting, easy, quick, crispy, soft and cheesy potato side dish. Your family will literally be begging for more. And you’ll say, “Ok, that was so easy. Tomorrow night we’ll have it again!” Then you’ll get bored of it after 5 nights in a row and you’ll need to make some […]
Root Cellar or Closet Dry Storage, Frozen, Chicken Treats, Vole Munchies. You name it, there’s a bit for everyone. What to do with those potatoes that get stabbed with the digging fork or munched by voles!
We all know it’s possible to preserve potatoes for long periods of time, but actually doing it without having them spoil, shrivel, or sprout is still a huge mystery (and frustration) to many. As a former potato farmer, I’ll tell you how it’s done in my neck of the woods as well as share some […]
I have heard marvelous things not only about the yield of potatoes that come from a Back to Eden Garden, but the cleanliness of the potatoes as well. Being a Mainer, it is my duty to plant and harvest great potatoes (our state produces 1.5 billion pounds of the US’s potatoes each year). Potato planting […]