Make an Inexpensive Herb Garden in a Burlap Sack

Make an inexpensive herb garden in a burlap sack. The perfect portable gift for those who like gardening and cooking. It can be set near a door for easy access, so you can snip what you need quickly, even if it’s raining outside. Today’s theme for Tuesdays in the Garden is Mother’s Day garden-themed gifts… [Read More]

Middle Eastern Bread Salad – Fattoush

This Middle Eastern Bread Salad recipe is easy to put together with a few key ingredients that make it unique, fresh and tasty. Also known as Fattoush Salad, a Lebanese salad with toasted or fried bits of pita bread. Middle Eastern Bread Salad contains some affiliate links for your convenience.  Click here to read my full disclosure policy…. [Read More]

How to Make a Simple Hanging Herb Garden

For my sister’s birthday I made her a hanging herb garden. She blogs over at My Life Cookbook. Many of her posts are about healthy recipes, so I thought it would be nice to give her some fresh herbs that she can use all summer. Hanging Herb Garden     this post contains affiliate links for… [Read More]

Cooking with Herbs – Parsley

Parsley is the 5th herb presented in this six-part series on cooking with herbs. Parsley is probably to most used and well-known of all herbs. I’m sure you’ve seen it used as a garnish at restaurants, however if you are not using it in your cooking, you are missing out. Growing Parsley Parsley is a biennial, which means… [Read More]