When you focus on perennial edibles that come back every year, it becomes beneficial to the landscape by not disturbing the soil: think rhubarb and asparagus, horseradish, and berries. Medicinal and culinary herbs, fruit and nut trees
Makes four 9 x 5-inch loaves
Perhaps you grow horseradish, purely for the green ornamental leaves that resemble tropical plants. The real action happens underground, and this time of year is when horseradish appreciates digging up and dividing. Rather than tossing the extra roots onto the compost, or giving them to a friend, try making these two old-time recipes that are […]
Hello Everyone. It happens every September, that surge of new growth that surfaces at the end of summer. This year, perhaps more than most. As a gardener, I am familiar with this feeling of straddling the place of letting go to embrace the new. This year it is different. If you follow my Instagram posts, you’ll see that I am […]
A true garden settles into a space where the garden and the home merge, a sanctuary for healthy, vibrant outdoor living mixed with wonder. Start small, edit constantly to keep it fresh, and don’t try to make the changes all at once because a garden is never fully finished.
Lemon Sponge Custard Cups | Serves 6 If I had a lemon tree, I’d be making lemon sponge custard cups every day. These little gems come out of the oven like crustless lemon meringue pie with lemon custard that pools at the bottom waiting for the spoon. This recipe is from The Vermont Country Store […]