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A deliciously simple Basil Pesto recipe using Garlic Scapes from the garden. A great way to preserve your basil harvest.

Home Grown Basil & Garlic Scape Pesto

Garlic scapes are a delicious early summer vegetable, which are harvested from the garlic plant right before it blooms. The ‘garlic scape’ is essentially the unformed flour bud which is cut of to divert energy back into the garlic bulb, and not into producing a flower. If you grow your […]

How to Build a Wire Trellis for Grapes

Building a Wire Trellis

As some of you might have seen last week on Facebook, I was busy building a wire trellis for the latest addition to my garden. A wine grape! While I realize that it is fairly late in the year to be planting a grapevine, (usually this should be done in the […]

How to sharpen kitchen knives - a selection of whetstones . - @earthfoodfire

How to Sharpen Kitchen Knives

This post contains affiliate links for which Earth, Food and Fire may be compensated. This allows us to keep providing you with new recipes and other culinary knowledge. For more information please read my affiliate disclosure. Learning how to sharpen kitchen knives is an absolute must in a professional or home […]

Home made chive blossom vinegar is a great way to us up excess chive flowers from your garden. Simple to make this homemade condiment, produces a stunning color! Great for use in marinades, dressings, and sauces!

Pink Chive Blossom Vinegar

I have to be honest here. I discovered this recipe for chive blossom recipe through Redawna from Nutmeg Disrupted.  She’s a pretty cool gal and food blogger here in Canada who loves to garden and cook good food. Just like me! Which is how I found her blog and this […]