America's favorite condiment comes in a dizzying array of colors and flavors. Whether you go for straight-up tomato, zesty green salsa verde, or salsas made with corn or fruit, your tortilla chips will thank you.
When it comes to growing your own food, there’s only one thing more satisfying than seeing your plants go from wily seedling to ripe, juicy fruit--and that’s seeing your plants go from a miniscule seed(!) to ripe, juicy fruit.
This jam is the classic Creamsicle combo of orange and vanilla. it's sweet and juicy and is great for people who don't like the bitterness of marmalade. Plus, don't throw those peels away. Dehydrate them instead!
Paneer is an acid-set fresh curd cheese made from cows milk that is popular in northern India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh where milk is a regular part of those cultures. A very simple cheese to make, paneer is basically a pressed ricotta cheese.
Problem: Hot weather with little rain is tough on traditional container gardening. Solution: A self-watering container--also referred to as a subirrigated planter, or an SIP for short--is large, lovely, durable, and ridiculously successful!
Picture this: It's deep midwinter, and spring is still a long way off. Can't wait for fresh greens to grow outdoors? Try growing microgreens inside! They’re delicious, packed with nutrients, cute as a button, and ready to harvest in 1 to 2 weeks.
Homemade cured salmon (lox) is easy to make, and is about half the cost of store-bought lox. Homemade lox is also free from nitrite preservatives. This recipe uses smoked salt to approximate the flavor of smoked lox.