Why? Because you can! And pickle, and jam, or otherwise celebrate the resurgence of the domestic arts our forebears held so dear. Put on your best apron and step into our kitchen, won't you?
Transform your chili peppers into vibrant and spicy crushed red pepper flakes. One taste and you'll never go back to the spice aisle again!
No ripe tomatillos yet? No problem! Grab a zucchini and make a quick and easy salsa verde that is tangy, spicy, and most importantly, delicious!
Leafy greens aren't the only thing you can harvest from this year's spinach - here's a quick guide to saving spinach seed for future plantings, too!
Basil and lemon combine forces with spectacular results in this beautiful and fragrant jelly.
'Tis the season for heat, humidity, and Early Blight on the tomato plants. Here are several useful strategies to prevent and control the spread of Early Blight in the garden.
This is a strawberry jam that's all about the strawberries: slow cooked fruit without added pectin or excessive amounts of sugar. Rich and luscious in flavor and texture, once you taste it, you'll never make strawberry jam any other way!
These pieces of pickled rhubarb with ginger are great little bites on their own: crunchy, tart, and incredibly tasty, but add them a salad, and you've really got something spectacular!
A well-watered tomato plant is a happy tomato plant! Make your efforts to keep your tomatoes well-watered go further with this method for deep watering tomato plants.
This pickled curry cauliflower is bright and sassy, with a bit of a warm bite from the curry.
Follow these steps to maintaining a happy, healthy, and productive rhubarb patch, and you'll need to expand your rhubarb repertoire to keep up!
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