Tag: herbs

Edible Crops to Plant in Your Yard Now – the Top 5

Gardening (mostly edible crops) is my second favorite activity (to cooking). There is nothing like deciding what to have for dinner and heading into my front yard to pluck the ingredients. My kids like to join in too — they love to try each kind of lettuce and then...

Vodka herb-infused cocktail: Thyme n’ Lime

I’ve been wanting to make herb-infused vodka for awhile now and finally tried it with some excess thyme that lives in my garden. Herbs are so fun to use in different ways, and if you have a garden you know you can really have a lot of them! I...

A vodka cocktail with thyme, lime and champagne

I’ve been wanting to make herb-infused liquor for awhile now and finally tried it with some excess thyme that somehow survived the brutal summer it’s endured in my garden. I strained it after three days and it really made a nice, subtle, earthy difference in the flavor of this...

Gin Fizz with Garden Herbs

This cocktail is light and fresh, and since it’s officially spring herb season feel free to sub the rosemary for your favorite or what you have in your garden! Ingredients (serves two): 2 oz gin 1/4 cup Sauvignon Blanc 1/4 cup fresh berries (raspberries or cranberries work well) 2...

Top 5 Veggies to Plant Now for an Early Urban Farm Harvest

Gardening is my second favorite activity (to cooking). There is nothing like deciding what to have for dinner and heading into my front yard to pluck the ingredients. My kids like to join in too — they love to try each kind of lettuce and then spit it out...

Sweet potato side dish with spring herbs and garlic

This sweet potato dish goes perfectly with a roast chicken, but would also be great for breakfast with an egg. It’s versatile and easy and if you prefer your sweet potatoes savory can make an excellent holiday dish too. Now that it’s gardening season, herbs are readily available so...

Top 5 Edible Crops to Plant Now for an Early Urban Farm Harvest

Gardening is my second favorite activity (to cooking). There is nothing like deciding what to have for dinner and heading into my front yard to pluck the ingredients. My kids like to join in too — they love to try each kind of lettuce and then spit it out...