Remember our raised garden bed from last year? Looking back and seeing how a small patch of dirt was transformed from simple construction to types of plants. (see last years garden post) I wondered if it would be the right location for herbs and vegetables. In March we had some warm and sunny days, soRead more ⟶
Today I am making a salad with fresh lettuce from my garden. I start by picking individual leaves from my garden. You can wash the lettuce within minutes after picking. Rinse the leaves in cold water. You could use a salad spinner or place on clean paper towels. Arrange cleaned lettuce leaves in a singleRead more ⟶
Sauteed zucchini is simple and fast to make and full of flavor when picked fresh from the garden. It makes a wonderful side dish for so many menus. Here are the different stages of the zucchini squash that grew in my raised vegetable garden. Enjoy!
I know I wanted to plant a garden, and I wanted it to be practical. We had such a beautiful spring and we were past the frost time. It was a perfect time to plant a garden. Let me take you through some of the steps and how we got to where we are today.Read more ⟶
It’s the day and season for fresh herbs and spices. An essential part to the flavor in everyday cooking. I like growing my own herbs and spices. It’s a great way to add freshness and variety to my recipes. Here are pictures of herbs and spices from my garden. Parsley Bay Leaf Sweet Basil RosemaryRead more ⟶