Planting nectarines and other stone fruit from seed can produce excellent fruit. Here’s how to grow a nectarine tree from seed for a fruitful harvest.
Growing bananas for a tropical harvest is easy, easy in warm climates. But with some extra effort, bananas will grow in cooler regions as well. Here’s what you need to know about how to grow bananas, how to harvest bananas, and what banana trees need to thrive.
Homemade baked beans are easy to make, and inexpensive, too! Instead of depending on canned options for your favorite barbecue side dish, start with dry beans and some simple ingredients. Here’s how to make baked beans in an Instant Pot with and without soaking the beans prior to cooking.
Extend your harvest season by utilizing the succession planting method. It’s an easy way to make your garden work harder. Instead of planting once and having an overabundance of some crops, stagger planting to have more produce across a longer length of time.
This white zucchini lasagna recipe is cheesy goodness at its best. Fresh zucchini, right from the garden, layered with two kinds of cheese and spices makes this zucchini lasagna recipe a winner. It’s a perfect way to take advantage of prolific zucchini when it’s in season!
Need a fast, flavorful meal in a hurry? This Instant Pot sweet potato curry fits the bill! I was late to love curry. It’s just not something I grew up with in my rural little community. Hard to imagine now, with so much diverse ethnic food readily available in so many communities, big or small. …
If you’re lucky enough to have rhubarb growing in your garden – or in a friend’s garden – serve this rhubarb coffee cake up for breakfast or brunch. You’ll want to put on a pot of coffee.
Cast iron cookware is one of the most iconic piece of kitchen equipment on a small homestead. And for good reason. Cast iron cookware is durable, and can be used on the stove top, in the oven, or over an open fire. Better yet, with correct care, it becomes as non-stick as more modern pots and pans.