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When you head to a picnic you will almost always find a big crockpot or dish full of baked beans. It is an American staple at each summertime holiday gathering and in Europe you will even find baked beans served
When it comes to defending your outdoor living space from pests, nothing quite compares to battling mosquitoes. Whether it’s working in the garden, sitting under the pavilion, or enjoying a night around the fire pit, we love to be outdoors.
By simply avoiding a few common tomato planting mistakes, you can be well on your way to growing and harvesting your best tomato crop ever this year! Tomatoes are one of the most beloved crops of the home vegetable gardener.
This is the absolute best sweet pickle recipe that I have ever made or eaten! When tasting this recipe some people guess that they are bread and butter pickles. That is because they are a sweet pickle. However, in reality,
DIY projects! We have built Old World Garden Farms on the cheap by practicing the art of recycle -reuse and repurpose. Our goal has always been to show that giving new life to old items can be more than just
Welcome to Old World Garden Farms! Just six short years ago on a crisp fall weekend, we began work on what we now call Old World Garden Farms. A little 3 acre plot of land in the middle of Ohio,
For homeowners young and old looking for the easiest and most affordable way to grow incredible vegetables, the Raised Row method shared in this breakthrough book puts it all together! Ever since we first began to implement our Raised Row
This is our newest category to be added to the site – and one we are soooo excited about! The Instant Pot Pressure Cooker has made a huge difference in our life. It is amazing how many recipes you can
There is nothing quite like the taste of homemade bread. The smell of baking bread in the oven can fill a home with a near intoxicating aroma. Many of the recipes we make are passed down from our families, and keep
Each Sunday – we publish our “Sunday Weekly Farm Update”. The topics vary from week to week and season to season. Planting the garden, raising our chickens, the progress of our little wine vineyard and apple orchard – or the latest