Mike and Amy Mills are a father-daughter team from southern Illinois. Mike was trained as a dental technician. "I made false teeth — crowns, bridges, partials — this type of thing. It's what I did as trade,"
Sun or shade, sandy soil or thick clay, there’s a vegetable crop for every spot, writes Lucy Chamberlain Read part one of Lucy’s series on vegetable gardening. I’ve just wandered into my vegetable garden
[Photograph: Vicky Wasik, J. Kenji López-Alt] I've never gotten into canning—I don't grow my own produce, I'm worried about botulism, and, most of all, I'm lazy and bad with delayed gratification. Quick
This summer enhance your recipes, eliminate extra trips to the grocery store and cultivate a connection with nature with a few sprigs or leaves from an herb plant you’ve grown yourself. Herbs tie all together,
8 servings Let’s get a technicality out of the way: Classic jerk chicken is grilled over pimento wood (which comes from the tree that also produces allspice berries). If you want to order some online,
It's part folklore, part science, but companion planting just may help your garden grow. Step back in time to embrace some gardening wisdom your grandparents may have practiced: The concept of companion
A great hike requires an equally great shoe. No one wants to get halfway through a hike only to start suffering from wet socks and knee scrapes. While there's no substitute for trying on different boots
Most people have never heard of it. Cooking a steak is an art form. You have to be precise, attentive, diligent. Most people prepare steak by first searing the meat in a skillet, then transferring it the