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?
Celebrate the full Strawberry Moon and the Summer Solstice with these delicious elderflower and strawberry popsicles!
Learn how to make your own batch of elderflower cordial with this easy recipe! Perfect to add to sparkling water or mix into a cocktail to savor the sweetness of summer.
Rhubarb cocktails take the deliciously tart taste of rhubarb and dress it up into a fancy drink worthy of a night on the town. All it takes is a quick walk out to the rhubarb patch (or a trip to the farmer’s market) and you can make your own fancy rhubarb drink for a special … Read more
Rhubarb has become synonymous with pie in the springtime, and this tart vegetable is rarely served outside of the dessert course. But the truth is, rhubarb is a vegetable and it’s time to think outside the pie. Here are a few savory rhubarb recipes to get your creative juices flowing.