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I am a Garden Foodie and this is where you will find my recipes I love to use from the Garden to Kitchen.

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Grow Your Own Herbs Starting at Thanksgiving Dinner

Herb Section at Local IGC Did you know that cut bunch of herbs from your local grocery store cost as much as it would to start your own plants from seed?  This Thanksgiving when you head out to get your fresh ingredients that include herbs for your Thanksgiving fest I want to challenge you to […]
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Slow Cooked Meal

Super Easy Beef and Barley Stew

Heading to the local Independent Garden Center with my friend Kate Copsey of today. It’s a cold 38* outside and after a long day it is nice to come home to a warm healthy meal. The recipes I’m sharing today is prepared in my slow cooker and is super easy to make. This is my […]
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Recipe Here - Hunt's Fire Roasted Tomato Vegetable Soup

Fire Roasted Tomato Vegetable Soup #HuntsRecipes

Fire Roasted Tomato Vegetable Soup Busy week leading up to Thanksgiving and I’m super thankful for the recipe I’m sharing with you all today.  This is the perfect meal to warm the family up on a cool autumn evening. The seasoned tomatoes and hearty chunks used in this recipe may just have my home canned […]
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From Drive Home in #Ohio

You Don’t Want to Know

I’m not sure how long that fully loaded truck sat in the tomato field but I can tell you it was longer then the time it took me to harvest my own home grown in my 40’x50′ veggie garden and process them for winter meals. This photo came to mind when I recently read ‘Fresh […]
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Pin & Win Recipes #HuntsRecipes

Who isn’t on Pinterest: the largest virtual pinboard that allows it’s subscribers to organize and share all the beautiful things found on the web? If I told you that sharing on a Pinterest board could make you the winner of $5,000 in prizes for your next dinner party would you be interested? Continue reading my […]
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Mediterranean Veggie Dish Brings Back Summer Garden

Super Moist Chicken and The Veggies Cooked in the Herb Filled Diced Tomatoes Brought Back The Summer Garden It has been a busy autumn getting the greenhouse in tip-top shape for year-round growing, putting the gardens to rest by dressing it to prepare  for winter and finding the time to enjoying one of my favorite […]
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Chicken Cashew Caserole

Cashew Chicken Casserole

Cashew Chicken Casserole – Easy Autumn Meal This is not your typical chicken and rice casserole. The ginger, garlic and wild rice combo  is super easy to make and I promise it will leave your family wanting more.  I used broccoli we grew this summer and had in the freezer but if you don’t grow […]
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Easy Spice Mix For Tacos

I always joke around to my family and friends saying I could totally be from the south because I could eat spicy southwest food any day or time of the year. Taco’s are traditionally a southwest meal and I have prepared them in many different ways. I have used cheap hamburger, healthy ground turkey and […]
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Let's Celebrate .. Easy and Delish!

Chilled Artichoke Dip

There is something about the cooler temperatures and putting the garden to rest that makes me want to start serving up appetizers. Today I pulled the last of my heirloom tomatoes that I grew from seed from my garden and I’m thinking it is a time to celebrate the amazing harvest we had this past […]
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Grow a Dinner Plate on #spicychat

I’m bringing the garden to  #spicychat Twitter chat forum Thursday at 8 p.m. ET when I guest host from my kitchen garden in Ohio. To bring awareness to all the things you can grow on your own I’m sharing tips and products that will get you growing successfully.  During this event that takes place on […]
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Lemon Shrub Blooms in August

Growing Healthy Citrus in Ohio

My very first citrus shrub that was gifted from Black Diamond Nursery in Perrysburg,Ohio. I had just completed a photo assignment in 2009 for a project I was doing for Garden World Report featuring some of my favorite garden centers and what they were doing during the holiday season. You can find out more about […]
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Tomato,Mozzarella and Basil Salad

Tomato, Mozzarella, and Basil Salad

Do you shop at the grocery store for food items that will go with what you are growing this time of year? I call it the ‘Garden First Shopping List’.   The other day while picking up some much needed meal planning staples like bread, milk and eggs I grabbed a chuck of mozzarella cheese […]
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Bring The Berry Revolution to Your Home Garden

It use to be you could only have your own farm fresh fruit if you had the property to grow them.  Today there are many different varieties of fruit trees and shrubs that have been cultivated for the small space grower.  If you follow my blog you know that I live in the country in […]
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Growing Strawberry Rhubarb Pie for #SundaySupper

Click on the Image above for the Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Recipe I love to use … it’s my Mother in Laws Recipe! Tips on Growing your own Pie When growing Rhubarb please consider where you are going to plant this LONG living perennial.  Where you plant it is where it will have to say for […]
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