Cucumber Recipes

July 21, 2014 Dan Ashbach 2

I love cucumbers. Even though there are literally hundreds of varieties, they can be divided into two groups: pickling and slicing. California and Florida provide […]

Zucchini Recipes

July 19, 2014 Dan Ashbach 1

If you are like most gardeners, when a crop is ready you are overwhelmed with more berries, zucchini or beans than you can possibly use […]

Tomatoes –

July 12, 2014 Dan Ashbach 0

Who knew? One of my favorite vegetables is really a fruit. That’s right, the popular tomato is a fruit. If fact, because the tomato is […]

Strawberry Time

July 5, 2014 Dan Ashbach 0

We just got back from a short motorcycle trip to Wisconsin with some friends. It was a great trip with cool but nice weather. I […]

All About Cherries

June 30, 2014 Dan Ashbach 0

Ever heard the phrase red before bed? I hadn’t. It turns out that the humble cherry has some amazing benefits besides the great taste and […]

Coconut Cream Pie Scones

June 11, 2014 Holly Waterfall 0

Coconut Cream Pie Scones (via Coconut Cream Pie for breakfast? Check out this tender and flaky breakfast pastry made with whole wheat flour, coconut […]

Baked Zucchini Fries

June 9, 2014 morgan wood 0

Baked Zucchini Fries (via I love the generosity of gardeners! Take, for example, my new friend Peggy. Besides being an all-around wonderful gal, she’s […]

Vanilla Bean Frozen Yogurt

June 2, 2014 Dan Ashbach 0

Vanilla Bean Frozen Yogurt (via There’s nothing like beating the heat with a simple, but delightfully refreshing, frozen yogurt. This one can be made […]

10 Delicious Asparagus Juice Recipes For Better Health

May 21, 2014 Dan Ashbach 0

Asparagus is a delightful helping of vegetables that can be used as a side dish while serving meat. But slathered in butter, char-grilled may not be the healthiest way to eat this healthy vegetable! Asparagus belongs to the lily family, which also constitutes…