Save cash at the checkout line by making your own roasted red pepper hummus. It’s a favorite appetizer at picnics and potlucks; serve with veggies or spread inside a wrap for lunch.
Are you tossing out a perfectly good leafy green while you wait for the “real” garden to grow? Growing purslane means early garden greens!
You’ll save money, have squeaky clean dishes, & know exactly what ingredients are in this homemade dishwasher soap. Option to make dishwasher *powder, too.
There are plenty of reasons to choose heirloom seeds instead of their hybrid cousins. Your vegetable garden will shine with some of these vintage varieties!
During WWI and WWII, the economy was hurting and many Americans struggled to survive. Victory gardens grown in most backyards provided extra food for the family, giving them the nutrition they needed without great expense. 7 reasons to bring back victory gardens Although the economy isn’t as bad now as it was during the war, …
These savory muffins are a great accompaniment to soup and salad. Filled with kale and chives (and cheese, if you like!), they’re quick to pull together.
Learn the basics of how to grow potatoes, how to harvest potatoes, and how to store potatoes from your garden. Growing potatoes is easy & they’re delicious!
Growing a veggie garden with the intention of feeding your family? You need to know how much to plant. It’s not an exact science, but this will help!
This flavorful corn and black bean salsa looks beautiful on a buffet table, plus it’s super easy to make. It’s inexpensive, too! PLUS, by adapting the recipe a bit, you can transform this black bean dip into an easy and filling black bean salad. Homemade, good food for less and without excess packaging.