#GARDENING TIPS AND RECIPES TO SUSTAIN AND FEED OUR BODY AND SOULS

New Recipes and Updated Gardening Tips I wrote From Seed to Table in 2013 while we lived in southwestern Pennsylvania. In 2015, we bought a cabin for summers in the Smoky Mountains of southwestern North Carolina, while returning to my north Florida home in north Florida. Since then, my husband has been learning to gardenContinue reading “#GARDENING TIPS AND RECIPES TO SUSTAIN AND FEED OUR BODY AND SOULS”

GARDEN NEWS – IT’S ONLY BEGINNING!

  Last year, our Smoky Mountain garden saw very little rain. The whole region suffered from a drought. But this spring and now into June, the rains have been frequent and steady. We left on our trip to Michigan hoping the rain would continue so our friend didn’t have to come over every other dayContinue reading “GARDEN NEWS – IT’S ONLY BEGINNING!”

#Gardening – Spring Means #Spinach

This warm and wet spring weather means lots of big leaves on the spinach plants. It also means we’ll have it longer before it goes to seed, if the heat of summer stays away for a few weeks. Robert picks the spinach after it’s been watered or after a good rain. . .after it’s hadContinue reading “#Gardening – Spring Means #Spinach”

The Ecstasy of Corn Awaits Another Year

By Patricia Zick @PCZick Missing from my gardening book is anything about sweet corn. This year as I prepared to freeze corn, I went directly to my Kindle and opened From Seed to Garden. But I didn’t have a thing in there about God’s greatest gift to summer in northern climates. Corn on the cobContinue reading “The Ecstasy of Corn Awaits Another Year”