I love fresh bananas but they seem to ripen a little to fast. You know what I mean, you bring them home and set them on the counter top. Within just a couple of days they are too ripe to eat and are ready to make into banana bread.
Beets are a fairly easy vegetable to grow in the garden. This past summer we had a great crop and decided to pickle them. We have really enjoyed these pickled beets throughout the winter months.
In a restaurant in Idaho, we have enjoyed Raspberry Honey on a nice hot scone. Yum makes my mouth water just to think about it. I would have to say my favorite part is the Raspberry honey.
Potato harvest tips that make gardening easy. My favorite type of potato is the Red Pontiac. I have fond memories of my Grandparents growing the red potato. My Grandma would cook some of the best meals with their homegrown potatoes. Who could (more)
Digging carrots and harvesting produce out of your garden is so rewarding.
Bottling cucumbers to make your own crispy homemade dill pickles is pretty simple. They are so tasty to put on a hamburger, sandwich or just to eat by themselves.
Freezing bananas may sound a little tricky. You may also wonder why would you want to freeze a banana?
How to freeze grapes. This time of year the grapes are very sweet and very tasty. Actually if you like grapes any time of year is a good time to buy them. Although some times of the year they are a little cheaper to buy and a little sweeter.
How to freeze onions. Freezing is an easy way to store onions. This helps preserve them when you harvest a bumper crop.
Raspberries are on are you ready for some tips to preserve them? There is nothing better than picking those sweet berries off of the raspberry bush and popping them in your mouth. MMMMMmmmMMM they are so good!