Category Archive for: ‘Harvest’

Foraging For Wild Mint

Foraging with Bill Jones: Wild Mint and Crème Caramel

Bill Jones is an expert in the woods and absolutely inspired in the kitchen, which is why he combined two of his greatest passions to create his most recent cookbook, The Deerholme Foraging Book: Wild Foods and Recipes from the Pacific Northwest (TouchWood).  The cookbook champions a return to depending on the bounty of the wild. Many of the greens, berries, …

Read More
Thanksgiving Quote Printable Gardentherapy

Small Cheer

A very happy Thanksgiving to our US friends!

Read More
Pumpkin Creme Brulee In Mason Jars Recipe

Vegan Pumpkin Crème Brûlée

How do you fit a pumpkin in a canning jar? When it’s made into a deliciously smooth, spiced pumpkin crème brûlée! This is just one of the recipes you will find in Kris Holechek Peters’ book  Vegan Desserts in Jars, a full-color cookbook packed with 75 easy-to-follow recipes (without any dairy or eggs!). Kris has joined us today to share this …

Read More
How To Grow It Eat It Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard: Grow it! Eat it!

Swiss Chard is the colorful star of this installment of the Grow it! Eat it! series, where we will talk about growing, harvesting, cooking, and eating these extremely ornamental greens. Grow It! Chard comes in many colors and is highly decorative in the garden. This cool-season lover is right at home in the flower garden, but it makes such a …

Read More
Fava Beans And Pancetta Recipe Via Gardentherapy.ca

Broad Beans: Grow it! Eat it!

In this installment of the series Grow it! Eat it!, we will talk about growing, harvesting, cooking, and eating broad beans. Nom nom nom. Grow It! These garden giants are either sown in the garden in late winter/early spring for a late spring harvest or in the fall for a harvest the following summer. I like to plant them in the fall …

Read More
Lettuce In Wine Barrel 2 Small

Lettuce in a Wine Barrel

Here is a really quick way to get a lot of lettuce in a short period of time while protecting it from those pesky slugs and snails. I plant my lettuce in a half wine barrel planter for a number of reasons. It looks decorative in the garden. It grows very quickly. It is easy to harvest the lettuce at …

Read More
Page 4 of 12« First...«23456»10...Last »