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, […]

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 […]

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?

Want to start dehydrating but not sure where to start? Here are some suggestions for what dries well for safe, overwinter storage.

bell peppers, farmers market

How to Price Your Produce for Market

Don’t undercut your fellow farmer or sell yourself short. Use this guide for charging a price for your veggies that both you and your customer can be happy with.

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