Summer in the urban garden means…
Harvesting and eating all the things…don’t fall behind!
Don’t assume every edible plant’s flowers are also edible! Here, we offer a primer to selecting and cooking with nine of summer's tastiest blooms.
Edible flower recipes include colorful garnishes that update a favorite dish, but flowers can also take center stage. Get in on this restaurant trend with these edible flower recipes.
Summer cooking doesn’t mean abandoning elegance. Chilled soups showcase the garden's crisp flavors and bright colors. Revisit this culinary classic with these vegan cold soup recipes inspired by the urban garden.
We didn't even use our garden hose last summer. Instead, we use our urban garden rain barrel to save gallons of non-chlorinated garden water every time it rains. Here are the five features to look for.
Why would chefs who work 14-hour days drive for hours to cook on their day off? The flock to Lambstock, at on the outskirts of the Virginia border. I've come to see the action for myself, and do some serious eating.
I’ve decided not to grow garden strawberries, mostly because they take up so much space in the urban garden. Here’s what I learned about growing strawberries, and why farmer's market berries are so pricey.
Upper Shirley Vineyards didn’t plan to have a vineyard garden. But with so many farm-to-table restaurants actually tending their own kitchen gardens, the vineyard was inspired to explore just how “local” its own kitchen could get.
It's hard to believe a tomato sandwich requires a recipe, but Southerners will fight over the smallest of sandwich details. After consulting with many chefs, and our own taste buds, we settled on this classic recipe.