It’s that outside time of year. Which means that we humans must do battle with public enemy number one. That’s right; the mighty mosquito.
Lemongrass grows easily in my warm climate, but it also grows very easily in pots. This means that even if you live in a cooler region, you can move it indoors when the weather turns.
Liliko‘i — or passion fruit — is a tangy tropical fruit. It’s flavor evokes the islands. Mix up a batch of liliko‘i gingerade too cool off!
Inside this coop? Six hens who would really prefer to be on the other side of the door. The outside of the door.
If you’re a novice at food preservation, these easy canning recipes are a good place to start. They all use a simple water bath method.
Springtime generally means an uptick in fresh egg production for those of us who have laying hens. These egg recipes will help you use them up without boring repetition!
Good soil is really the heart of the vegetable garden. Building soil is the first step in creating a thriving vegetable garden.
We are fortunate to live in Hawaii where there is fresh produce available year-round. And yet, about 85-90% of Hawaii’s food is imported. Crazy, right? Surely we can do better than this.