Originally prepared in a demonstration by Chef Scott Pajak for our Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth garden students, this citrus oil is simple to make, and makes a great marinade or zesty dressing to liven up any dish! Chef Scott used this as a marinade for grilled fennel bulbs, and it was amazing!Read More
Check out our Recipe of the season, Broccoli Cheese Soup! This recipe is from our own Farmer Jaisen, sharing this recipe from his grandmother.Read More
Happy fall everyone!! Here is our October newsletter with upcoming events and tips for your autumn garden!Read More
This guide can help you explore the tradition of cold soup-making to beat the summer heat. Simple, healthful, cooling soups can be prepared from now until the return of brisk weather late in the year.Read More
Sipping on homemade soup can fill you up and keep you hydrated when the temperature hits triple digits.
It's time to let go of the lettuce and embrace these late spring salad ingredients
So, maybe you're in the mood for a salad now that the weather has heated up, but all of the lettuce outside has turned bitter, gone to seed, or been scorched. There's not a tender leafy green in sight. When this happens, you can go shop around for a head of lettuce, or you can start with what you do have.Read More