September is a great time to start growing food! We’re planting lots of things for fall and harvesting our summer crops!
Watch as Carrie shows you the garden and talks all about our favorite cool season crops to grow in March.
March is one of our favorite times of the year for growing food. Life is beginning to emerge from the cold & dead of winter, and new sprouts are popping up everywhere!
There are practically an endless number of herbs that you can add into the rice or beans to improve flavor and add nutrients. Here are some of our favorites that we like to put together.There are practically an endless number of herbs that you can add into the rice or beans to improve flavor and add nutrients. Here are some of our favorites that we like to put together.
The beauty of rice and having a garden is that you can make this recipe unique every single time you make it! We grow a lot of our own herbs to use in the kitchen right in our backyard and patio. You can as well! It’s easy to do- especially with the From Seed to Spoon app which will walk you through how to start growing all the way from seed to your spoon in the kitchen!
Garden Chats with John: Talking About How to Start Growing Food with a Friend That Wants to Get Started with Kitchen Herbs
We’ve had a lot of people ask us recently about how to start growing food. John is one of my friends that’s interested in growing food and you can listen to us chat about how to start growing! He’s particularly interested in growing herbs for cooking, so we cover everything about that and much more!
Not all of us are fortunate enough to have space to grow in full sun. Many people live in apartments with a balcony and limited sunshine. However, there is lots of food you can still grow in limited sun!
Pasta sauce is probably one of the easiest things to sneak in some extra nutrients without your kids noticing! 🙂 We put a plethora of herbs and vegetables into our sauce without our kids even knowing!
Happy November! November is a month for feasting, and what better way to celebrate the holidays and give thanks than to eat what you’ve grown in your garden!