Spring is HERE! Sarah takes advantage of a GORGEOUS day to get a bunch of planting done and takes you along to learn. Garlic, radish, spinach, asparagus, basil, bachelor buttons, and marigolds.
Fresh spring spinach is one of the earliest vegetable that are ready to harvest from the garden. Let me teach you how to cut spinach! I also have a few tips for preserving it. Let’s chat!
Did you know you can successfully dehydrate fresh and clean spinach leaves? Well you can and what’s even better is that the spinach rehydrates great. You can use dehydrated spinach leaves in any of your family favorite recipes. Dehydrating is also one of the most perfect method of saving spinach throughout the summer and into […]
When you’re sitting down in the late Winter, surrounded by seed catalogs, and your garden plan in front of you, you want a quick reference. How far apart can you plant? What pH do they need? How much water? What vegetables can you plant next to others? Which should you avoid? This quick and dirty […]
Need a way to use up the bounty of your spinach? Here is an easy, nutrient-rich juice that really tastes great!
Cucumber, dill, lemon juice, hummus and feta (or goat cheese) come together to make a delicious, fresh summer sandwich.