Planning Next Year’s Garden Considerations

Planning next year’s garden is something you may want to consider before winter. Making notes now will keep you ahead of the game come spring. This is our final Tuesdays in the Garden series and today we are talking about getting the garden ready for winter. Every year in the fall I assess my garden… [Read More]

Harvest Vegetable Beef Stew: Hearty and Simple

This harvest vegetable beef stew recipe is so delicious. Made in a slow cooker, it’s a great way to use up a ton a fresh vegetables with very little work. What do you do when you have a bunch of vegetables on hand, and you know that they are going to spoil soon if you… [Read More]

Free Mrs Meyers Fall Scent Offer Just for You

This free Mrs Meyers fall scent offer includes several wonder products with 2 fragrance options, perfect for all your fall entertaining. A while back I teamed up with Grove Collaborative to offer a free package of Caldrea products. Today they are back with a new opportunity. A Free Mrs Meyers fall scent offer just in… [Read More]

Painting Gourds for Color & Whimsy to Your Fall Decor

Painting gourds adds a  little whimsy and color to your fall decor. Add a small hole, and you have a cute birdhouse look for your mantel or other vignette. Painting gourds is a great project to do with the kids, or even with a group of girlfriends, when hosting a girls night out. The process… [Read More]

Red Cabbage Apple Slaw – A Pretty and Tasty Recipe

Red cabbage apple slaw is a delicious combination of with a sweet and tart crunchiness, making this a healthy and tasty side dish. Last week’s CSA basket had fresh apples and red cabbage, which seemed like a great combination. That’s the inspiration for today’s recipe, red cabbage apple slaw. This one will feed a crowd,… [Read More]

Fall Planter Ideas That Will Take You Into Winter

These fall planter ideas will help you choose and create beautiful container gardens that will last well into the winter season. As summer comes to an end, it’s time to spruce up, or create new pots of color, for your entrance. Today I’m sharing some of my favorite fall planter ideas that will last several… [Read More]

Cooking Collard Greens: A Northern’s Approach to this Healthy Crop

Cooking collard greens is different than greens like spinach and chard. However their nutritional value and unique taste, is worth the wait. Cooking collard greens is something that I didn’t think I would be doing this summer. However, when I received a nice bunch of this healthy veggie from the Stone Church Acres CSA, I… [Read More]