If I had to preserve one recipe for the rest of my life it would be tomato sauce, and this post will explain why and how you can too.
Do you have a family recipe that has a completely random name? It seems like kids are especially good at coming up with hilarious names! This recipe for cabbage soup is a great example. My friend Kim is a very busy local caterer. She is the go-to caterer for local weddings, corporate events, and even […]
When you raise thousands of tomatoes, planting them in the ground can be a dreaded task. When the work is done, your knees, back, arms, and legs can be sore for days!! Even planting 50 plants can take an hour or more of back-breaking work. Every gardener has searched for a solution to this problem. […]
Who has big plans for their tomatoes this year? I know we’ll be growing a ton in our half-acre garden this year. They are so versatile and you just can’t beat the smell. Click the link for tips and tricks that you can use to grow your own this year too. Will you be starting […]
Most vegetable gardeners have dealt with blossom end rot. It’s a very frustrating problem to have. One day you’re walking through your tomato patch admiring your first plump green tomatoes and suddenly you notice that some are developing a brown mushy bottom. It is most commonly seen on young plants and starts as a brown […]
Try some of the less-usual, but best-tasting heirloom tomatoes for your garden this year! From early tomatoes (that don’t taste like early tomatoes!), to slicers, to snacking tomatoes, to perfect paste tomatoes for sauce and ketchup – here are 7 tomatoes I’ll never plant a garden without!