Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie

Sweet potatoes are one of the healthiest carbohydrates one can consume. Sweet potatoes can be used as a substitute for just about any other potato in just about any recipe. With the fall quickly approaching, we want to share with you a delicious and healthy “comfort food” recipe – one that can really highlight this particular […]

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On the Table: Cucumber Sangria

Summer is winding down but it can still get hot outside, a nice cool drink is exactly what you’ll need to refresh and get back to your weekend. This delicious Cucumber Sangria is easy to prepare and uses ingredients straight from your garden. Most importantly however, it serves as the best ending to an afternoon […]

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On the Table: Zucchini Parmesan Chips

The zucchini is truly one of the most versatile vegetables around. Apart from being extremely easy to grow, zucchini is a great source of essential vitamins and minerals and helpful for those trying to lose weight. It is also one of those vegetables that tastes delicious regardless of the way you prepare it – it […]

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On the Table: Dandelion Tea

Last week we saw how otherwise annoying weeds growing in your garden can be used to make some delicious salad. This week’s recipe features another way dandelions can be used to make something healthy and garden-fresh. Besides being delicious, dandelion tea is a healthy source of essential vitamins and minerals. It is often used to help […]

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On the Table: Dandelion salad

The garden is full of wonders and everything from fruits and vegetables to annoying weeds can be re-purposed to make something extraordinary. Weeds like the dandelion grow year-round and can be difficult to deal with. They grow between crevices and odd spots in the lawn giving it a shabby, un-kept look. Most people just uproot […]

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A Myriad of Mint

Mint sometimes gets a bad rap as a“weed-like” plant because it grows like crazy, but it is a terrific option for beginner gardeners to experience success, and it offers even experienced gardeners so many wonderful edible options! I have fond memories of mint. It’s one of the first things I grew. When we first moved […]

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