Vegetable Walnut Quick Bread

Photo by Rachael Brugger In a world where once summer hits, zucchini bread seems to be the only logical use for the summer squash piling up on the counter, I love the way this vegetable quick bread turns the usual on its head. Quick breads are so often sweet, even when made with overgrown zucchini, […]

How to Pick the Right CSA for You

Joining community-supported agriculture is a great way to buy local food. Here’s what you need to know before signing up.

The Science of Canning and Preserving

Excerpt from the Popular Kitchen Series magabook Canning & Preserving with permission from its publisher, BowTie magazines, a division of BowTie Inc. Purchase Canning & Preserving here. Nothing compares to the sweet, crisp taste of a fresh-picked green bean or the tart burst of a plump blackberry, still warm from the afternoon sun. Unfortunately, it’s […]

What Foods Can You Dehydrate?

Excerpt from the Popular Kitchen Series magabook Canning & Preserving with permission from its publisher, BowTie magazines, a division of BowTie Inc. Purchase Canning & Preserving here. What can you dehydrate? Just about anything. Experiment and have fun using your garden’s surplus or produce purchased from your local farmers market. While vegetables, fruit and meats […]

Transplants: Vegetable Planting Guide to Seedlings

Excerpt from the Popular Garden Series magabook Vegetable Gardens with permission from its publisher, BowTie magazines, a division of BowTie Inc. Purchase Vegetable Gardens here. While growing vegetables from seeds can be especially rewarding, transplants might be the best option for most new gardeners. “If you’re a first-time gardener, I suggest you plant transplants — also […]

12 Foods You Need to Dry

Think beyond dried apples and kale chips—there’s a whole garden of fruits and vegetables waiting to be preserved in your food dehydrator.

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