Hey everyone! We’ve been offline and in the walking, talking, real world the past two months. Christine has been finishing her book and I’ve been out and about helping plan gardens, giving a few fun garden talks and developing this year’s planting plans for our own personal gardens. We hope you enjoyed our guest feature … Read more
Did I tell you all I’ve been co-authoring a fun book due out for release in the fall? While working away at writing the food therapy cookbook with Magnus, I was offered an opportunity to co-write a collection of culinary, craft cocktails with a business developer friend of mine, the fine and talented, Mr. Jeremy … Read more
Make tea, sip tea, ice tea, gift tea. Enjoy tea. Garden Eats Christmas Tea What You’ll Need 1 tea ball or unbleached tea bag 1/4 tsp crushed or powdered cardamon 1 vanilla bean chopped 1/4 tsp nutmeg 1/4 tsp cinnamon Putting It Together Place all items in tea ball or bag. Secure and close. Steep … Read more
Ever see photos of a recipe only to create your own twist on the dish? Garden Eats loves to create savory dishes, easy for you to make at-home… but, we know many of you have created tasty specialties of your own! For seasonal eaters, sometimes new ideas are hard to come by-especially in wintery, colder … Read more
Are the tops of your herbs starting to flower? By gently plucking or clipping the flowering tops off, you can keep those nutritious plants continuing to thrive with healthy leaves. Now that you’ve cut those tops off, toss them into your compost or try one of our Garden Eats home-grown recipes and projects! Herby Crisp … Read more
Continual Cultivation by Salomonsen. Herbal cultivation, fruit storage and modern organic design.