Bluegrass Farmers Market -
Wednesday April 10, 2013 - By Kentucky Proud
Today's Recipe Wednesday comes from Linda McMaine at McMaine's Riverhaven Farm in Mercer County. Linda is one of the founding members of the Bluegrass Farmers' Market and is currently serving as our President. The great news is she might even have some arugula...
For Dragonflies And Me -
Tuesday February 19, 2013 - By Neil & Jean
I cannot describe how passionate I am about herbs. I created our Potager Garden not only because my daughter Taylor wanted a 'kitchen' garden, it was also because of the warm, cozy feeling you get when you say 'Potager'. I love meandering along the garden...
L'Ecuyer Gardens -
Wednesday May 09, 2012 - By Twilya
L’Ecuyer Gardens is offering the special Mother’s Day Sale
today through Saturday. We have a huge
selection of Mother’s Day baskets, containers and bedding plants. While you are here finish your garden with a
few tomato, pepper, eggplant,...
Heritage Harvest Farm -
Monday August 08, 2011 - By MattCorinneFletcher
Pesto in a Pinch
This recipe uses walnuts instead of expensive pine nuts. It's a delicious alternative to authentic pesto and is a great way to preserve fresh basil for the winter.
5 cups fresh basil (Heritage Harvest Farm product)
Williamsburg Farmers Market -
Tuesday November 16, 2010 - By WFM
Chef Tim Westby-Gibson of Café Provençal demonstrated this recipe at the Williamsburg Farmers Market Chef Tent on October 30, 2010.
1 tbl olive oil
12 prawns, peeled and deveined
Westminster Farmers' Market -
Thursday August 05, 2010 - By Dean
Westminster Farmers’ Market Report from Maple Heights Farm
Getting the Most from the Farmers’ Market
Watch facebook on Friday as vendors will keep you informed of what they will be bringing to...
Wall Flower Studio Garden -
Friday February 19, 2010 - By Karen
Basil - Ocimum basilicum (a.k.a. Sweet Basil, Common Basil, Italian Basil) Probably the most popular herb in North America today. It's GREAT FOR COOKING!
A bit about growing Basil: Height in inches: 24" - Spread:...
So Succulent Gardens -
Friday October 09, 2009 - By Blossomfarm
Believe it or not after all the years of growing basil, I have never tasted pesto. I had planted about two 50 foot rows of basil plants and was planning to make basil vinegar for sale...... but since sales have been down, I decided not to waste anymore vinegar...
Morgan Botanicals -
Monday August 17, 2009 - By Jessica
Sheep Sorrel is one of my favorite "weeds". It's an ubiquitous weed in gardens, pastures, meadows, and lawns; and persists in areas of poor drainage and low soil fertility; in gravelly sterile fields; and is very difficult to eradicate. But, well...