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Grow Your Own Food - It's Easy!

Grow Your Own Food - It's Easy! 0

 The cost of everything seems to be rising nowadays. Especially, each trip to the grocery store. The good news is that you can significantly cut your bill by growing your own food. The thought of gardening seems overwhelming, but it’s much simpler than it sounds. 

  • Barbara Collito
Grow Your Own Lettuce and Mixed Greens

Grow Your Own Lettuce and Mixed Greens 0

Plant in a container or in an outdoor bed. Lettuce and mixed greens go from garden-to-table, to tastiness in your plate in minutes.

Gourmet lettuce varieties and mixed greens are widely available in the produce section of your local grocer, but are often pricey, slightly wilted and lack flavor.

  • Barbara Collito
20 Fresh and Vibrant Salads for Thanksgiving

20 Fresh and Vibrant Salads for Thanksgiving 0

Thanksgiving is a time for plates piled high with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, pie, and much more. In short: it's a day of feasting at its finest. 
  • Wayne Griffith
Grapefruit and White Beets with Yogurt and Tarragon Recipe

Grapefruit and White Beets with Yogurt and Tarragon Recipe 0

Rather than fussily cutting the grapefruit into neat segments, Chef Ignacio Mattos cuts them crosswise into disks; he likes the slightly bitter flavor of the membrane itself.
Garden To Table Recipes

Garden To Table Recipes 0

Garden To Table Recipes Are All About Eating What You Grow!

As you know, we love gardening! Seeing a seed grow into a plant, tending to it and seeing it produce food is a feeling of accomplishment like no other.

  • Wayne Griffith
Southern Tomato and Cheese Pie

Southern Tomato and Cheese Pie 0

August is the time of year I've been waiting for - the arrival of the tomato harvest! It's so satisfying to see those pops color throughout the garden, promising delicious fresh salads for the summer and satisfying sauces to take us through the winter. Here's a main dish tomato recipe that celebrates the tasty treat in all of it's glory.
  • Rebecca Sears