As apple season comes to an end in my neck of the woods there is no shortage on tasty dishes to prepare and enjoy these seasonal treats. This recipe is super easy to make and the best part of the dish is you can use items most kitchens have on hand. One rule to follow […]
The harvest season in the garden has come to an end and now we are enjoying the fruits of our labor on the dinner table. Todays recipe share is made with our Irish potatoes we grew and stored in the cellar for the past few months and carrots that were harvest last week before the […]
Nothing grows as healthy as my lettuce mixes in the greenhouse. I usually have at least a dozen container growing at random times so we can always enjoy a fresh mix on the dinner table. For information on the seeds I use and my greenhouse conditions read more HERE or click on the image to […]
I know most Midwesterner gardeners are busy raking leaves and enjoying the Halloween treats this time of year but after the first heavy frost my garden reminds me it is time to start thinking of the Holidays. One of my favorite traditions is cooking up a feast for my family and friends. You are guaranteed […]
My favorite night to cook dinner is ‘Family Friday Pizza Night’ when we make the pizzas at home. I love it when I can get everyone involved by making up their own pizza. Nothing beats chopping up a bunch of fresh veggies from the garden for your family to have fun together making into a […]
The scent of Autumn from my Garden2Kitchen The temperatures are dropping in my neck of the woods and the trees are beginning to put on a color show that will warm your hearts. The summer blooms are fading fast and the autumn splender is filling the containers. Today I share with you the beginning of […]
I’ve been using the Hot Bath Method to set up many different types of tomatoes for the past 12 years. In this video I share with you tomato canning day in my kitchen. For a list of what you will need to do this project refer to my blog post at Canning Tomatoes Part1 . […]
It All Starts with a Seed In the early spring 2010 I shared with you some planting tips I learned online at some of my favorite websites. As the seasons turned from spring to summer I planted the tomatoes, enjoyed watching them grow, harvested for daily menu use and today I am going to share […]
It is hard for me to imagine there is anything healthy in this yummy helping of Chocolate Zucchini Forest Cake in the photo above. It is true, not only does it have eggs in the ingredients it has zucchini. Leave it to me to make it sinfully and loaded with calories! Growing what we eat […]
Today I whipped up this super easy family favorite to enjoy for a late afternoon snack….
When I started my seeds for the jalapeno pepper plants I couldn’t help but think of the yummy Pepper Popper appetizers we enjoy during the harvest time. This pepper recipe is always the highlight of any summer time get together. We even enjoy them as a family after a long summers day. They can be […]
Todays recipe share comes from the garden pictured above. Hard to believe an amazing herb mayonnaise recipe starts in the raised bed pictured above. This raised bed gardening is located just outside of my greenhouse. It is filled with the left overs from my greenhouse that I didn’t want to throw out when the temperature […]
This may just be the EASIEST recipe ever! I started making these when I was a kiddo just barely old enough to use a knife. Nothing like grabbing a fresh hearty tomato out of the garden and slicing it up for a BLT. Back in the day, I would toast up cheap white bread, spread […]
Short on Words – but mouth watering images of this yummy Fresh Mix Salsa Recipe I am sharing with you today.
You should have know I would post the recipe – RIGHT? Click on the image above for the Sweet Hot Pickling recipe I have been using as long as I have been canning. Don’t let the tightly packed jars fool you into thinking this is a hard recipe. If you have any interest in canning […]