Posts tagged with: KATIE'S KITCHEN GARDENS

Eat More Herbs!: A Garden-to-Table Guide to Growing and Eating Herbs

Ready to kick your culinary skills up a notch? Herbs can easily uplevel your game in the kitchen and kick the flavor profile of your meals into high gear. The secret to restaurant-quality meals used by top chefs is correct... Read More

Garden-to-Table Herb Recipes: Homemade Infused Oils and Vinegars

Elevate Your Plate with Herbal Infusions If you’re new to adding herbs to your meals, or just looking for some inspiration to use up a huge harvest from your kitchen garden, an easy and quick way to get your garden-grown... Read More

How to Use Garden Herbs: Homemade Tea Blends

Have you ever found yourself wondering how you’re possibly going to use up all the herbs in your garden? It’s a good problem to have, but you can only make so much pesto! Introducing tea blends. Homemade tea blends are... Read More

WINTER GARDEN PREP CHECKLIST

There’s no shortage of prep you can do for your garden in the slower winter months. Taking the opportunity to prepare a plan for your garden allows you time to reflect on the growth you facilitated last season while setting... Read More

Garden Bolognese

Are you ready to try my newest garden-to-table creation? The first comment out of my husband’s mouth as I was whipping up the sauce was; What no meat?  My response… Trust me, you won’t miss it in my tasty garden... Read More

Strawberry Rhubarb Galette

As a child, I remember the sweet and sours of the tasty strawberry rhubarb pies in June.  But there is so much more to this tasty perennial vegetable. Rhubarb does not get enough credit, (other than pie which is a... Read More

FAVORITE FARRO SALAD

I love this salad because it is so versatile and you can switch it seasonally with whatever is growing in your garden or local farmer’s market availability. Farro is a plant and grain all on its own, with a nutty... Read More

Thyme for Herbs in Your Life?

Why do I think it’s thyme for Herbs in your life?   Well, it’s undeniable they are: The easiest to grow which is great for beginner gardeners. Add tremendous flavor to our meals (no need for fake processed flavorings that... Read More