In the Kitchen

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Introduction to Canning

Introduction to Canning

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Canning your own garden-fresh foods offers many rewards. Read about the recommended methods for canning and filling jars, the equipment you'll need, and the best techniques for preserving the season's bounty in pickles, jams, and salsas.

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Nasturtiums as Food and Companion Plants

Nasturtiums as Food and Companion Plants

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I’ve always loved garden nasturtiums in my flower beds. Oh, I know they’re touted as ordinary and flowers that are easy to grow often get a pretentious sniff.

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Berries!

Berries!

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If you want to grow fresh fruit in your yard, consider planting strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. They're a lot easier to grow and pick than tree fruit, kids love them, and with planning, you can have them throughout the summer and maybe even into the fall.

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Give Your Vegetables a Thai Twist

Give Your Vegetables a Thai Twist

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A few special seasonings turn American vegetables into vibrant Asian fare.

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Using Asparagus in Season and Beyond

Using Asparagus in Season and Beyond

There are many ways to prepare fresh asparagus. If you want to enjoy it when it's out of season, try this simple pickling technique.

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Video: Make a Flower Salad

Video: Make a Flower Salad

Many flowers are as delicious as they are beautiful. In this video, culinary herbalist Susan Belsinger makes a gorgeous flower salad.

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Seasonal Food from a Monastery Garden

Seasonal Food from a Monastery Garden

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Simplicity reigns, whether it's tending the vegetables, cooking the meals, or preserving the harvest.

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How to Dry Herbs

How to Dry Herbs

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Bundle and dry herbs for great flavor year-round. Air drying preserves the flavor and color of herb leaves, flowers, and seeds. Maine farmer Ellie MacDougall tells how to do it.

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Garlic as an Herbal Medicine

Garlic as an Herbal Medicine

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Garlic has a more practical side that you may not be aware of and it just might be the information you need to push you over the proverbial edge to plant some in your garden this year.

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Beyond Basil Pesto

Beyond Basil Pesto

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Don't stop with pesto Genovese. Other herbs make vibrant, tasty sauces, too.

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How to Grow and Cook with Chervil

How to Grow and Cook with Chervil

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Delicate in flavor, pretty in leaf, chervil likes it cool.

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How to Grind Mustard Seeds and Make Mustard

How to Grind Mustard Seeds and Make Mustard

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Learn how to grind and store mustard seeds, and get ideas for using them in your cooking.

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Quick Berry Sauces

Quick Berry Sauces

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A quick berry sauce may be cooked or uncooked, but either way, it's always just one or two easy steps from freshly picked.

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Using Baby Garlic (Green Garlic)

Using Baby Garlic (Green Garlic)

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Baby garlic (green garlic) is young garlic that is harvested and used in cooking before it has a chance to grow up.

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Judging Vegetables

Judging Vegetables

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A veteran county-fair judge reveals what makes a blue-ribbon vegetable.

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Five Flowers to Dine On

Five Flowers to Dine On

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Daylily, nasturtium, monarda, viola, and squash blossom are more than just pretty faces. Handled with care, these tasty beauties travel gracefully from garden to plate.

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Rhubarb

Rhubarb

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Rhubarb (pie plant) is a reliable low-maintenance perennial, essentially pest free.

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Did Someone Say TEA?

Did Someone Say TEA?

The only thing that rivals my plant obsession is my need for tea.

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Culinary Mint Medley

Culinary Mint Medley

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Mint is indispensable for the cook, but which mint? In this article, Susan Belsinger offers guidance on selecting and using this essential perennial herb.

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How to Freeze Corn

How to Freeze Corn

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Nothing compares to corn fresh out of the garden, but here's how to freeze corn for the winter.

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