Hawthorn fruits are in season in late summer and early fall. They are delicious, and also heart-healthy — eat your medicine!
From ancient to modern times and across cultures, healers have used the nourishing and medicinal powers of broth, especially bone broth.
Use this simple technique to preserve your bounty of fresh summer peppers.
Fruit butters are easy to make, in fact – they are almost foolproof. They allow for a little more creativity than many soft spread recipes and are perfect for using up odds and ends of fresh fruit.
Some of the most enduring food heritage sites are those devoted to the basics, eating and drinking.
Homemade ice cream is delicious, and with the help of new ice cream makers, quick, easy and fast.
Garlic will keep for months if properly cured, allowing you to enjoy it all winter long!
Use garden tomatoes and in-season avocado to create a simple, yet satisfying sandwich.
Fresh peaches and creamy goat cheese unite in the perfect summer sandwich.
Is your garden providing you with zucchini overload? Ilene White Freedman offers some tips and recipes to keep it bounty, rather than burden.
A low sugar recipe using whatever fruit you have on hand!
Ancient Florida shell mounds, early days of bar-b-que, and all that.
Separate the tomato water from tomato pulp to make a delicious broth.
This is the pita sourdough of the desert.
Here is a list of recipes for the juicer that are tasty and packed with vitamins and nutrients.
Drop store bought mayonnaise like a bad habit. Make your own with only five simple ingredients in under 5 minutes.
Here is a great recipe that provides everything you need to start your day, including a little caffeinated kick.
Established in 1879 by an Arab-Israeli family, Abouelafia Bakery continues to make history.
Coffee cake seems to be the forgotten step-child of breakfast breads. Although once very popular coffee cake has been eclipsed over the year by the proliferation of bagels, large, gooey muffins, and egg and sausage breakfast sandwiches.
Going camping, hiking, or canoeing this summer? HOMEGROWN Life blogger and Bay Area homesteader Rachel shares a big-batch granola recipe that will feed your entire group—or one hungry teen.
Beat the heat with a healthier chocolate treat! Avocados, cocoa, and honey create fudge pops or pudding with fewer than five minutes prep.