Put ground ginger, fresh ginger or crystalized ginger into anything and you've got something special. Here is one of my favorite ginger cookie recipes, from Ellen King's Heritage Baking book.
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Welcome to 2023, gardenerds.
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With winter happening outside, we can bring more green into our lives (and meals) by growing microgreens.
The term "winter garden" may sound like an oxymoron to half of the country, but for southern gardens, winter abundance is happening now.
Winter radishes are ready to harvest, so we made this Watermelon Radish & Burrata Salad last night. It's a great way to showcase these winter-grown roots.
I just returned from speaking at the Northwest Flower & Garden Festival in Seattle, Washington. It's one of the most popular garden shows in the country, and I'm taking you on a tour!
The garden gives us a dose of "new" every time we plant seeds. This promise of newness leads us through winter; it's the light at the end of the tunnel.
I've always said that winter is our spring here in Los Angeles, and the garden is bursting with signs of spring already.