Basil is one of the easiest herbs to grow, and it can quickly can become large and out of control. If you planted basil this spring, I am sure that you have personally witnessed it’s immense growth and aroma. Now,
We picked our first head of cabbage this week – and that means one thing…..it’s time to make coleslaw!!!! I made a quick trip around the garden to gather a few other veggies and then it was time to head
The last several weeks at “The Farm” has had it’s challenges. It has rained almost every day, sometimes, all day. This has limited the projects that we can complete outside, and has led to some ‘down time’. I have
If you planted garlic last fall, you may have discovered that you have some strange looking spiral shoots emerging from the center of your plants. Or maybe you are part of a CSA, and included with your last bunch of spring
As spring progresses we look forward to the first garden crop to emerge in our area, Asparagus. This will be the first year that we can harvest a few stems of our asparagus that we planted last year from crowns.
Picante Salsa Recipe There is nothing better than home made picante! Each of our kids, family and friends prefer it a different way. Some mild, some medium and some hot. So we make and can it all three ways. But one
This week, our recipe comes from our stash of jalapeno peppers. The jalapeno is an easy grow in the garden, and a great producer. Each of our plants yielded well over 150 peppers throughout the season last year -and