I took all the partial bunches of grocery store-bought green onions I had in the fridge and planted them. It’s was a very successful “crop”, so I thought I’d share the whole process with you. … How to grow Green Onions cheaply, and what you can do with them.
Making your own broth is so easy. And, so healthy. You really don’t have to just buy it in a can with all that sodium; try making your own. I promise, you’ll like it. It’ll make your soups richer. Your casseroles, tastier. Your sauces, saucier.
I harvested a bunch of seeds from the garden the other day. Among them were onion seeds and coriander (cilantro) seeds.
Chimichurri adds a nice fresh, summery, herbal flavor. It’s lovely as a sauce for anything
As you may remember, I bought some Parmesan spread at the farmer’s market. If you don’t remember, you may read all about it here. So, I was trying all kinds of things with the spread. It was great on that John Dory fish. It was also great on top of a chick’n breast. I dipped some crackers into it- yum. But, one of my favorite things was stuffing a zucchini with it.
There are several positive effects of composting: improved soil health, increased drought resistance, and reduced need for supplemental water, fertilizers and pesticides.