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 […]
Dried cranberries, blue cheese and a vinaigrette dressing makes this salad a sure win any day of the week.
This is a recipe that fits perfect on my gardening site not only because it is green but because it reminds me of one of my favorite garden shrubs. Tonight we are celebrating on #gardenchat ( the Twitter based chat forum) with a good ol’ fashion #cookieparty. Everyone is encouraged to share their favorite cookie […]
Weekend late mornings have always been special in our home. One of the highlights that help start the day is enjoying the extra time with family and friends to whip up something yummy from the garden to kitchen using a recipe from the family traditions scrapbook. This collection of recipes gathered in an office binder […]