How do we make sense of what we know about COVID-19? What’s true, what’s not? How do we cope with our new realities? If we can’t change things on a grand scale, what can we do in our corner of the world? These are a few of the questions Nancy Flagg has been pondering lately.
Found a bag of carrots on our porch last night. Straight from a friend’s garden. Guess what we had for dinner?
Why is it that when you plant your tomatoes and zucchini it doesn’t seem like that much and when it’s time to start picking there’s more than you ever imagined? We’ve come to your rescue with lots of recipes and a few tips.
When a community decides to work together to ensure that its older citizens have the resources they need to continue living in their own homes it can benefit people of all ages. Take a look at some of the things happening in Saco, Maine.
It’s asparagus season and thanks to my husband Barry, this wonderful vegetable grows right in our backyard. Learn how to cook it to perfection.
f your garden is overflowing with tomatoes and you’re looking for some cooking inspiration, try this recipe for Tomato Mostarda.
I love basil! The look of it. The smell of it. The taste of it. I especially love that we’re growing it in our garden. Every night I’m out there snipping off leaves so I can add some to whatever I’m making. Salad, pizza, pasta. According to the Herb Society of America, basil is a […]