A short essay on the farmers' markets in Macon.
Learn to properly soak your grains with this whole wheat muffin recipe.
"Bluebarb" wine is delicious and well worth the effort!
These tasty cookies make excellent Christmas gifts.
Found fruit scavenged from 'our' urban apple tree and our backyard quince made a delicious Thanksgiving pie.
Seeking out abandoned apple trees is worth the effort. With a little time and energy, you can harvest many pounds of free fruit!
The author is proud of her accomplishment, and her dried figs are beautiful and delicious!
Figs, figs and more figs. Some ideas about how to use figs.
What tastes better than homegrown? Homegrown and FREE! There may be free food lurking in your own backyard if you take the time to look.
Sometimes one wonders about why things happen as they do, but there is a plan here and there we wouldn't change.
The springtime workload can get overwhelming, but we try to stay focused and do one task at a time.
You don't have to be a scientist to make wine, but it probably helps. When you harvest fruit, honey, or other fermentable crops, don't be afraid to try your hand at new recipes.
There may be free fruit in your own neighborhood - just keep your eyes open.
Some of the varieties of free fruits available for the taking. All it takes is a little time, a little work, and some scouting of the area for what grows in your neck of the woods.
Peach Cobbler, it's a Southern classic and so easy to make. The basic recipe is so easy a child can make it but you can add your own flair with special spices or even change the fruit to what's fresh and available in your area.