Judith Hausman – Farming Up – Urban Farm OnlineFarming UpBy Judith Hausman, Urban Farm ContributerWednesday, May 11, 2011 Courtesy Alec BaxtThe urban farmers at Farming Up are starting their operation with Green Zebra tomatoes and Sweet Valentine lettuce, which are just begging to be transplanted, Alec Baxt says.
Home /Recipes / Main Dish Recipes /Butternut Squash and Goat Cheese EmpanadasPhoto by Megan MyersFeel free to try a combination of lard and butter in the empanada dough, but be aware that lard crusts are often more delicate and crumbly.Yield: 12 empanadasIngredients2½ cups all-purpose flour1½ tsp. salt, divided16 T.
Home /Recipes / Condiment Recipes /Greek-style Grill RubExperiment with adding different herbs and spices to the base of homemade garlic powder and kosher salt. Try to use as many home-dried products as possible! This rub is great sprinkled on kabobs.Ingredients1/4 cup dried garlic cloves1/2 T. dried lemon peel1/4 cup kosher salt2 T.
Easy Advice is an online writer from the U.K. with over six years of experience writing DIY home-improvement content.There is nothing more annoying than a split, tear, hole or bulge in vinyl flooring as it seems unrepairable, and the first thought would probably be for most people that the whole thing needs replacing.
Home /News & Trending /Don’t Even Think About Eating Out Of This Garden!Here at Hobby Farms, we promote all the plants fit for your plate—from the traditional tomatoes, cucumbers, squash and basil to more exotic fare, like kumquats, pawpaws, kohlrabi and dandelion root. However, there’s a whole wide world of gardening out there that you should definitely not sink your teeth into, and these plants are showcased in the Poison Garden in Northumberland, UK’s, Alnwick Garden.
Gophers get a bad rap, yet like all mammals in the garden, they have a complex life history and social structure. At face value, they may seem like competition you are fighting to save your favorite crops. However, like voles and moles there’s always more to the story of our underground nemesis. You just have to dig a little to find out.