Cooking – How to Make Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

In this article, I’m going to show you how to make bacon-wrapped asparagus. This dish is a wonderful side dish that’s both easy to prepare and delicious. If you’re looking for a new way to eat asparagus, you’ve come to the right place! This recipe is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and will wow … More Cooking – How to Make Bacon Wrapped Asparagus

Cooking – What Main Dish Goes Well With Asparagus?

If you’re wondering what goes well with asparagus, read on. Asparagus is an excellent vegetable and a great complement to many meat dishes. If you’re looking for a quick, healthy meal, consider this recipe. It’s simple, delicious, and quick to prepare. And because it pairs well with many types of meat, it’s perfect for a … More Cooking – What Main Dish Goes Well With Asparagus?

Cooking – How to Make Roasted Parsnips and Carrots

You may be wondering how to make roasted parsnips and a carrot side dish. Fortunately, this recipe is easy to make. The first step is to prepare the vegetables. They should be slightly tender and can be tossed with olive oil, lemon juice, rosemary, garlic, and salt. Next, place them on a sheet pan and … More Cooking – How to Make Roasted Parsnips and Carrots

Gardening – How to Grow French Radishes Outdoors

f you are looking for tips on how to grow French radishes, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some important things to consider. You should know where to plant French radishes, how to care for them, and which varieties to grow. In addition to growing radishes in the garden, they are also great … More Gardening – How to Grow French Radishes Outdoors

Gardening – Best Vegetables to Plant in Early Spring

The best vegetable plants to plant in early spring are those that can tolerate light frosts. This article will cover some of the best vegetables to grow in these conditions. Many of these crops can be started directly in the garden, but they do not like transplanting. Kohlrabi, for example, is an interesting spring vegetable … More Gardening – Best Vegetables to Plant in Early Spring

Cooking – How Hot Is That Chili Or Sweet Pepper?

Are you curious about how hot your chili or sweet pepper is? There are a variety of tests that can tell you how hot a certain type of pepper is. But you’re probably more interested in finding out how hot your current favorite is. There are also super-hot varieties. Fortunately, we’ve put together a guide … More Cooking – How Hot Is That Chili Or Sweet Pepper?

Cold Frame Gardening

Cold frame gardening can be termed as a system for using a cold frame structure to grow plants, flowers, or vegetables. The cold frame is essentially a metal frame with an attached air mattress which is used to keep the plants warm during the colder months of the year. The hotbed or hotbeds as they … More Cold Frame Gardening

Growing Radishes Indoors in Spring and Early Summer

Growing Radishes is an easy task if you know what to do and what plants to start. The Radish plant comes from the rootstock (Rabidum heterophyllum), which is an evergreen perennial vine or grass that grows mainly in the southern United States and in Europe. It has been used as a culinary and medicinal plant, … More Growing Radishes Indoors in Spring and Early Summer

Poetry – April

Emblem of life, see changeful April sailIn varying vest along the shadowy skies,Now bidding Summer’s softest zephyrs rise,Anon recalling Winter’s stormy gale,And pouring from the cloud her sudden hail:Then smiling through the tear that dims her eyes,While Iris with her braid the welkin dyes,Promise of sunshine not so prone to fail.So, to us sojourners in … More Poetry – April

Poetry – The Snow-Drop (Mower)

Sweet little unassuming flower,It stays not for an April shower,But dares to rear its tiny head,While threat’ning clouds the skies o’erspread. It ne’er displays the vain desireTo dress in flaunting gay attire;No purple, scarlet, blue, or gold,Deck its fair leaves when they unfold. Born on a cold and wintry night,Its flowing robes were snowy white;No … More Poetry – The Snow-Drop (Mower)

Poetry – My Old Coat

BE ever true to me, thou well-loved coat,For we are growing old together now,These ten long years I’ve brushed thee every dayMyself; great Socrates the Sage, I trowHad not done better! And if remorseless FateGnaw with sharp tooth that poor, thin cloth of thine,Resist, say I, with calm philosophy,Let us not part, thou dear old … More Poetry – My Old Coat

Recipe – Australian Meat Pie For Two

Australian style meat pies have a long history and are a welcome sight on most any table.  These meat pies are a hearty and flavorful main dish, which require minimal effort to make.    Australian Meat Pie For Two Ingredients US                                                              Metrics: 1 sheet frozen puff pastry                      1 sheet frozen puff pastry 1 … More Recipe – Australian Meat Pie For Two

Recipe – Pork Pot Pie For Two

This pot pie is a nice, high protein, comfort food recipe perfect for cooking in cooler weather.  This recipe has beans and two kinds of meat to make the pot pie filling and nutritious. Pork Pot Pie For Two Ingredients        US                                                     Metrics: ¼ lb. pork ribs, cut into small cubes             113 gr pork ribs ¼ … More Recipe – Pork Pot Pie For Two