Haskap berries are tart fruits that thrive in cold northern climates. Similar to blueberries, they’re perfect for homemade haskap ice cream!
Homebrewing is a really spectacular way to make a unique homemade beer, while saving money at the same time. Once the brew is finished, all that malted barley has one more gift to give ~ Spent Grain Bread.
Making Sun tea is easy, and takes advantage of the summer sun and brew up a jar of flavorful tea! Learn how to make sun tea, and take part in this essential summer ritual, plus get the recipe and suggested flavor combos here!
This Citrus, Beet and Miner’s Lettuce Salad Recipe will nourish you during the transitions between seasons, and a wonderful way to highlight the foraged wild green. Sometimes known as winter purslane or claytonia, this rich succulent green makes the perfect base for a fresh salad.
A chocolate beetroot cake is incredibly moist and delicious. With subtle hints of red in a dark chocolate background, adding beets is the perfect way to make a Red Velvet cake without food coloring. The beets add color and keep the cake wonderfully moist, but you won’t taste them at all.
If you have a bunch of fresh carrots, don’t waste those beautiful, edible greens! Instead, make carrot top pesto! Get the easy recipe here, plus ideas for how to use it!
Blessed with a bounty of kumquats? Celebrate those tiny sweet and tart citruses and make candied kumquats with this super easy recipe!
This easy potato, leek, and nettle soup is a wonderful way to transition between winter and spring.
Fresh mint ice cream is wonderfully refreshing, and the perfect way to use up a bumper crop of mint.
Making donuts with edible flowers is so much fun, and I know of no better way to get kids excited about gardening. Lilacs taste as good as they smell, and they infuse wonderfully into donut batter. Lilac donuts anyone?