How to Grow Chives

How to Grow Chives

How to Grow Chives will show you the tips and techniques on how to grow this tasty herb that will add amazing value to any kitchen. “In my ‘Big Dinners’ cookbook, I recreated my mother’s recipe for crab dip. The creamy dressing for this dip, made with mayonnaise, tomato paste, a touch of honey, sliced… Read more >

11 Reasons to Start an Herb Garden

9 Reasons to Grow Herbs

 11 Reasons to Start an Herb Garden will show you why growing herbs in your garden will enhance your life by adding zip to your recipes, crafts and, adding beauty to your home.   “I like to encourage people interested in gardening or planting to begin with a simple herb garden. Even if you live in… Read more >

Side Dishes for Salmon

Side Dishes for Salmon

Side Dishes for Salmon will give you some fun options to compliment your favorite seafood recipes. “My hubby makes a mean salmon steak at the grill, but he leaves all the sides up to me. I love to grill and roast vegetables. I also experiment with baking instead of frying some things, like onion rings…. Read more >

Homemade Olive Tapenade

Homemade Olive Tapenade recipe will be your go-to recipe for any gathering.  Use it to spread on your favorite sandwich, as a dip or a sauce for pasta.   “My days are jam-packed with carpools, classroom assistance, tending to chickens, dogs and seven acres of olive trees!” Carre Otis  This Olive Tapenade recipe is vegan and… Read more >

How To Grow a Salsa Garden

How to Grow a Salsa Garden

How to Grow a Salsa Garden will teach you to grow the ingredients for your favorite dip right outside your back door for the best tasting salsa. “My favorite food in the world is Mexican food. I’m not a dessert person. I’m more of a crunchy, salty girl. I could live on chips and salsa…. Read more >

How to Grow a Mint Garden

How to Grow a Mint Garden

How to Grow a Mint Garden will give you the tools on the best ways to start, nurture and harvest your herb garden for best results. “I grow my own vegetables and herbs. I like being able to tell people who the lunch I’m serving started out as a seed in my yard.” – Curtis Stone… Read more >