Make the most of culinary herbs and spices.
The marsh mallow is a showy plant that has an interesting past, and if you grow it, it could have an interesting future in the kitchen, too. Find out how to prepare a fun snack from the roots once all the pretty flowers have gone.
You have planted your first herb garden. Now it's time to harvest. Here is a handy table that shows the best method for taking your crops into the kitchen.
Dreaming of an herb garden but only have the space (or time) for a pot? Don't just settle for one, plant your favorite recipes!
Herbs have been used throughout history to flavor the cookpot, enhance health and provide beauty to the environment. Follow along as the Herbs in History demonstration plot is conceived and planted. Don't miss the detailed descriptions of twenty-five herbs that you might like to grow in your own garden.
Spring into action with an herb garden of your very own. We offer the basic information to get you started, ideas for what to grow plus hints for tending and harvesting what you sow. Herb gardening is fun, it's rewarding, and above all, it's easy. Now get growing!
Here's one that's full of our favorite recipes because we wrote the book! It is also full of information, helpful hints and ideas for using herbs and spices in your kitchen.
This begins a new series of articles on the subject of growing herbs. Follow along as we tend to a container garden of fragrant culinary plants. Told from a cook's perspective rather than that of a botanist, the goal is to inspire those who have always wanted to grow their own herbs. We break some rules and make some mistakes but it's great fun all the same.
Finally, after a long, hot summer, we present the third installment in our series of articles on the subject of growing herbs.
From deep freezes to near-miss hurricanes, we have plenty to report since the last installment of our series of garden adventures.
Few garnishes are more beautiful than fresh flowers under a glittering mist of sugar. Except, that is, herbs and their flowers which also provide delightfully unexpected flavors under the sugar coating.
Here is the second installment to our series of articles on the subject of growing herbs. Follow along as we tend to a container garden of fragrant culinary plants.
The agreeable southern US climate allows us to offer a winter installment
It's planting time again. Winter has come and gone since the last installment in our series of garden adventures.