Blog posts tagged in Edibles
This fresh thyme and elderflower cocktail is perfect to make for a group at your New Year's celebration.
This is a simple recipe for root veggies and fresh herbs, with a delicious outcome.
This is a perfect holiday glass of cheer with the red pom seeds and a green sprig of rosemary.
These easy-to-make flavored herb butters will liven up your holiday party hors d'oeuvres tray.
These sweet rosemary-infused honey jars make great edible gifts.
Do you have some leftover turkey and a little bit of time? Try this leftover turkey pot pie recipe that's delicious AND adorable.
Show up to your family Thanksgiving dinner with these delicious madeleines, made with fresh sage, parmesan and polenta.
Put a fresh spin on cranberry sauce for Thanksgiving, with our orange and mint recipe.
This delicious recipe for a chopped kale salad with fresh honey mustard vinaigrette dressing is... so... good! Check out the HGTV HOME Plants Patio Veggies and Herbs selection which features our kale and other veggies and herbs.
The new spring is here, which means you can plant your early season kale if you haven't already. This is a delicious recipe for a kale + banana + honey smoothie. Be sure to check out the HGTV HOME Plants Patio Veggies and Herbs selection which features kale and other veggies.
This is a great recipe for kale and puts a fun spin on homemade pesto! Starting in 2015, HGTV HOME Plants Patio Veggies and Herbs will feature a delicious kale.
This is a perfect recipe for your end of summer and early fall tomatoes & peppers. You can find some delicious tomoatoes and peppers in the HGTV HOME Plants Patio Veggies and Herbs lineup.
This recipe uses Zesty Fanfare™ basil and I have been making this "no salt" version of pesto for years... my secret ingredient is lemon juice!
When the warm days of summer are upon me, one of my favorite things to eat is ICE CREAM!!! And my other favorite thing to eat is fresh peaches - here's a yummy recipe for Peach Basil Buttermilk Ice Cream.
“Only two things that money can’t buy. That’s true love and homegrown tomatoes.”