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How to grow the best garlic

Plant garlic now and by next summer you’ll be proudly pulling up a bulb<p>After salads, garlic is right up there for a crop everyone should try to grow. Pop a clove in the ground and wait; by next summer you’ll be proudly pulling up a bulb. It’s such deliciously good maths.<p>Of course there’s a world of …

Gardening

Master Sourdough Bread with Modernist Bread & Kitchn

Are you fascinated by sourdough bread? Want to attempt it for the first time? Or maybe perfect your own loaf? This month we have a treat for you. …

Bread

Slow Cooker Tex- Mex Chicken Thighs

If you're looking for an easy but tasty chicken recipe for the slow cooker, this is a great choice. Boneless chicken thighs are economical and simple …

62 Easy Slow-Cooker Recipes You'll Want to Make This Fall

While slow cookers make getting dinner (or breakfast) on the table easy year-round, there's no season we associate with the appliance more than Fall. An especially busy time of year, now is the time to lean on easy, supercozy recipes that practically cook themselves. Here, we've rounded up more …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Weekday dinners you can actually make in 30 minutes

Ad feature<p><b>Imagine it’s 5.45pm, the end of your working day is here and you’re nearly out of the door on your way home. And if you’re anything like</b> …

8 edible plants to add to your planting scheme this spring

Perfect for outdoor cooking, these plants need very little attention and maintenance<p><b>Do you want to create a vegetable garden but simply don't have</b> …

Ask Alys Fowler: should I make space for my strawberry tree?

Our gardening expert has the answer<p><b>We planted a</b> <b>strawberry tree</b> <b>(Arbutus unedo) in our small garden seven years ago. It is now just over 2m x 2m, and is touching a birch tree on the north side, and a smaller</b> <b>pittosporum</b> <b>to the south. Should we consider getting rid of the pittosporum, and hope to train</b> …

Gardening

20 tricks you can use to create your garden paradise

Creating a slice of gardening heaven, regardless of how big or small your space is, has never been easier now that we're bringing you these …

Landscaping