As the growing season winds down, I often find my tomato plants aren’t winding down. They just keep producing, as if to taunt Ol’ Man Winter and that annual first frost. So, if you are in the same situation and have canned your quota of salsa, dehydrated for hours-on-end and have eaten your last BLT, […]
February is cold. It’s just plain cold, and it requires help to take the edge off the chill. Being the dead of winter, the best way to do this is a calm weekend with a big bowl of chili. Whether you like it spicy or subtle, nothing warms the heart and soul like steaming hot chili, and this […]
Debbie Cook, Master Gardener and Certified Arborist, started off her show this week with a delicious recipe for Countryside Canned Tomato Soup from listener, Margie. Listen in to get all the details. Now is the time to fertilize your lawn. Be aware it is not the time to fertilize woody plants such as trees, roses, […]
My eldest daughter Kaitlin has a love for bread. I’m not just saying she likes to eat bread (c’mon who doesn’t like to eat bread) she LOVES bread! She loves the different rustic crusts that can be had with different techniques. The different flavors and textures that are accomplished with less or more kneading or […]
I don’t know about you but I SO enjoy the egg roll. AND I am very picky about my egg rolls. Thee best egg roll I have ever eaten was probably 30 years ago. We (my parents, sister and I) lived in Hawthorn, California and my mother made egg rolls for New Years. Listen to […]
In the world of all things “techy” I am usually very late to join the crowd. I am some what suspicious of the world wide web and all of it’s offerings. You know the usual, “What is the angle here? I know “they” are trying to track me!” or, “What do they want from me?” […]
The fact is, a lot of people raise chickens not only for their beautiful and delicious eggs, but for the meat as well. Here are some of the actual conversations from the event that we hope will help you answer your chicken butchering questions. Q: Is a three year old to old to use for meat? A: A […]
With Chick Days happening the week of September 16th at D&B and our inaugural, Nutrena sponsored, Chicken Chat happening on Facebook on Wednesday the 18th from 6-8pm, we would like to showcase our customers favorite chicken recipes. We are always looking for contributors to our Recipe of the Week blog so this could be your time […]
It is that time to start harvesting and figuring out what to do with all that fruit. Especially tomatillos. Here is a great looking and delicious sounding Salsa Verde recipe from The Beef Jar writer, Megan Brown. Thanks Megan for letting us share this with our readers! Click here to read her Salsa Verde inspirational recipe […]
Thank you to Heidi Carmony for her delicious recipe which is great for the cold weather we are finally getting! Heidi is a professional juggler (otherwise known as a mom of two amazing kids, wife and an ad agency director) that loves to cook, travel and play a competitive game of trivia any chance she gets. Enjoy!
We had a Garden Gal listener anonymously send us a wonderful sounding recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup so we thought we would share it with you. Enjoy!
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Thank you to the Garden Gal, Debbie Cook who mentioned this recipe on the D&B Garden Show last week and later sent it to us to share with all. Enjoy!