I have never been impressed by homemade tomato sauce. It always tends to be watery and tasteless to me. That is until I came across a recipe from the website RecipeThis.com. It was the first time I was extremely impressed with a homemade tomato sauce.
I’ve often said that cooking is a love letter to the people I love. If that’s true, then food books are the romance novels of my kitchen.
We see dietary diversity as the variety of diet habits/choices within one household or group of people.
Something about the smell of roasting vegetables filling your home makes even the most vegetable adverse person say, “Something smells good!”
Farmers’ Markets are a goldmine for produce at its peak, from plump berries, rosy apples, and onions the size of softballs. You will find fresh fruits and vegetables, fully ripened and delivered directly from fields to market. Farmers’ Markets eliminate long-haul truckers or days to weeks spent in storage. By purchasing fruits and veggies from a farmers’ market, you are supporting growers and stimulating the economy. How neighborly of you!
Compost provides the full spectrum of nutrients that your garden needs, even beyond what organic fertilizers can. The microorganisms in your compost will enable your plants to absorb the nutrients from fertilizers more efficiently, and the nutrients are available over time, as your plants need them. Compost protects your plants from many soil pathogens. Plus, composting is only as complicated as you want it to be. However, there are some factors to consider when tending to your compost pile during the cold winter months.
“Local restaurants are the heartbeat of the community,” said Gilbert. “Local businesses open because they want to share their love of food and service from their perspective. They bring compassion and soul, pure and simple. We do this from the heart every day. That feeds the soul of the community.”
Looking for a stress-free and undeniably delicious snack for your family game night? Want to surprise a special person you haven’t seen in a while with a gift delivery? Or do you simply want to kick grandma’s recipes up a notch this year? The solution is simple: cheese. Not just any cheese; awesome cheese.