Am I alone in thinking I’m going to kill someone with a botched jar of jam?
I’m up to my eyeballs in eggs. Here are a few tips I’ve learned over the years when it comes to eggs.
Here are some of my tried and true spring gardening tips to help get a jumpstart on your warm weather vegetables and herbs.
If you have a garden or are an avid farmers market shopper, I highly recommend purchasing a designated vegetable scrub brush.
Radishes taste great, are extremely easy to grow and make any plate prettier with their amazing ruby red color.
Chances are it’s day three since the Valentine flowers from your honey arrived at the door. If that’s the case, today is the day to give new life to those blossoms of love—Isn’t it kind of nice to have all the sap behind us for another year?
What I lack in natural botanical insight is made up for with these garden resources and a hefty dose of wonderful Santa Barbara weather.
During the winter stone fruit trees are not blossoming and robust with juicy treasures. And while I wouldn’t trade the summer bounty for this colder season, I do love the sculptural look of the naked branches.
Wild arugula from your garden has a much spicier flavor— it instantly spiffs up any sandwich, appetizer, pesto, or side salad.
Before all this drunky fun transpired, I did put together some winterish floral arrangements for the photo shoot.