Entries Tagged as 'Recipe'

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Dreaming of Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie by endless beauty This is the season that I start dreaming of pumpkin pie. To make my pie from canned pumpkin or to buy a fresh pumpkin, that is my question. I like them both. A friend says that because fresh pumpkins are so expensive and canned pumpkin is so cheap and so […]

Monday, July 26th, 2010

‘Tis the Season for Plums

part of the plum tree by Brenda Anderson I love a good plum. I remember when my father planted a plum tree that was supposed to have 5 different types of plums on one tree.  We couldn’t wait for that first year’s harvest. I don’t ever remember 5 different types of plums on the tree, […]

Monday, March 8th, 2010

Garlic: The Stinky Savior

Garlic by riesling_76 TheGardenLady has invited people with horticultural interests and expertise to contribute posts to this blog.  The following post  was submitted by Christy Baker, a certified Family Herbalist and Consulting Herbalist.   Christy is currently pursuing a certificate in Horticulture Therapy and a second Master’s in Landscape Architecture. “Bronx Vanilla”, “Stinking Rose”, “Italian Perfume” or more commonly called today- […]

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

More about Dandelions

TheGardenLady enjoyed Christy Baker’s guest post about dandelions that is on TheGardenLady blog. I hope the readers liked reading it, too. Growing up on a truck farm, I am proud to report that the adjacent town to my town is known today as the dandelion capital of the world. Even the New York Times had […]

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Dandelion: The Unappreciated Medicinal Warrior

With the dawn of a new year and the approach of spring this is the perfect time to do some internal spring cleaning. Clearing out the buildup of winter feasts is a great way to jump start your system and ensure optimal health. TheGardenLady has invited people with horticultural interests and expertise to contribute posts to […]

Monday, December 22nd, 2008

Biblical Garden Foods for the Winter Holidays

Allium Cepa by Bambo It is December and many of TheGardenLady‘s readers are celebrating either Hanukah or Christmas. The  house is decorated in the appropriate way for the holiday you celebrate and food will be a main part of the festivities. So this year TheGardenLady is suggesting that her readers try to cook with some […]