Click on Image for Recipe : Orange Citrus Mint Hibiscus Tea I’ve been curious for sometime now on if I could make my own Hibiscus tea from the plants I grow here in Ohio. I’m not big on all the science behind plants and I really just want to grow things that look pretty in […]
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 […]
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 […]
Quick and Easy is how I like to grow in my garden and kitchen. In todays post I’m excited to share a recipe using a new product by LAND O LAKES® Butter with Olive Oil & Sea Salt .and a few yummy potatoes I was able to pick out of my raised bed garden. Out in my garden […]
Click on Image for Easy Recipe My #sundaysupper share for this week is a quick and easy favorite. Time is limited this season with all the family activities and everyday gardening going on daily. This is a recipe that will give you more time outside of the kitchen and yet bring the entire family to […]
I think my son thinks I’m Super Mom because he always gives me just 24 hours notice when he needs a special dish for a Boy Scout or School Band event. In theme with my super hero status I must add that yesterday was another one of those test to see if I could ‘leap […]
With a mission to bring back Sunday Supper Around the Family Table in every home how can you not tweet about that? The Family Table can be anywhere as long as the main ingredient is Love. This is Isabel Foodies goal each week as she organizes and supports other foodies who share a #SundaySupper recipe. […]
I’m ecstatic to share that my first recipe using this new grilling pan I found at a local grocery store was a success. I have been looking for a product that would help me with my addiction for using foil to cook many of my favorite dishes on the grill. This pan with lid is […]
Yummy Romaine Garden that was Easy to Grow While you are out enjoying the amazing spring weather hitting most of the Midwest this weekend be sure to think of gardening in your own space. It doesn’t matter if you have a big space or small space to garden Romaine lettuce is one the easiest veggies […]
This was our dinner plate tonight and it was super easy to prepare. It started with some mango’s chunks I had in the freezer,fresh sweet peppers and onions all thrown on the grill for about 15-20 minutes. The time it took for me to do a Live Stream of the peaceful evening in the garden […]
Summer Garden 2011 Last year was one of the best garden experiences I have ever had in the past 15 plus years of learning how to grow. I’ve gone from planting to make my surroundings look better to growing to put creative food on the table. In the image above you will see some of […]
This is a yummy chicken recipe that is easy to make and grow in your garden. Feel free to use your favorite herbs to season spring veggies like peas and carrots that can be prepared in this soup. Click on the image above for the complete easy recipe and don’t forget to stop by and […]
While in Philadelphia the first of April for the #PF3 ( Philadelphia Farm and Food Festival) I met with some inspiring foodies. Nothing better then food peeps who enjoy growing with they are going to fix up for their families dinner table if you ask me! One of the attendees of this event was the […]
Ever grow your own celery? I’ve shared one of my favorite recipes in the blog post so be sure to click on the image above for all the …..
Today was the perfect Spring day to whip up a batch of my favorite sweet potato soup with a Thai spin. Are you surprised that Easter was only 2 days ago and this recipe doesn’t include ham leftovers?
This afternoon I had the privilege of meeting up with my friend Kate Copsey of Americas Home Grown Veggie Show. Garden writer Kate gave a presentation on culinary herbs to a group who gathered at the Simpson Garden in Bowling Green, Ohio. It was a great opportunity to share with my online network Kates talk […]