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?
On dehydrating food from the garden, and saving seeds.
In this post, you'll learn why wine bottle raised beds are great for the garden. They're easy to build, sustainable and are beautiful too!
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!
Step by step tutorial on how to make a beautiful and functional garlic braid out of your cured garlic.
How to tell when your garlic is ready to be harvested, how to dig it up without disturbing the skins and curing tips!
'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.
How to create your own warm farm, and start creating the better soil than you could ever possibly buy. Bonus: get rid of your table scraps like a boss.
I have made my own herbal salves and balms for several years, growing and drying my own herbs, infusing them in olive oil and then using coconut oil and beeswax as a solidifier. I had always wanted to make a tallow salve, and I am thrilled with it.
This is my first time growing hardneck garlic and it was quite the adventure. Here are a few tips that I gathered from here and there that work just great.
Just like anything you grow in the garden, harvesting at the right time and the right way will go a long way. Rhubarb is not only easy to grow but extremely easy to harvest.