The Apple: Old Friend with New Promise
Low-Cost Ways to Deer Proof Your Garden
These easy-to-prepare chips are a fun way to munch on nutrition-packed kale.
The flavor of leeks and onion make this a tasty, warming soup for a cold day.
Extend the Growing Season
Low Cost Techniques for Vegetable Gardens
The tough economy has spurred not only front and back yard vegetable plots, but gardening ingenuity. Hungering for fresh homegrown produce, and determined to have it earlier (or later) in the season than ever, resourceful gardeners have come up with low-cost and no-cost ways to extend the growing season.
This recipe brings together two autumn favorites—pumpkin and apples—in a deliciously spiced bread.
Moist and flavorful, this sweet bread can be made with canned pumpkin and almost any kind of apple. To capture the flavors of the season even more, try using a fresh pie pumpkin (sugar pumpkin). Just bake, scrape out the pumpkin’s flesh, and puree it in a food processor.
Art on the Farm
Fine Artists Draw Inspiration from Patterns in Nature
How to Screen and Winnow Seeds
After the Harvest, Low-Tech Tools Simplify Seed Saving
Here are a few devices for separating seeds from debris and chaff:
Bison landjaeger, sweet Walla Walla onions and bell peppers give this easy-to-prepare pizza a smoky, spicy flavor.