Annie Organie’s Sunday Loaves

Annie Organie’s Sunday Loaves

I have been making bread for most of my adult life.  There were times when I didn’t make bread and would buy it — but have you seen the cost for good bread these days?  Ridiculous. In my work with Moms Across America I know that unless you are buying...
Fresh Garden Tomato Soup

Fresh Garden Tomato Soup

When your garden harvests are coming in, usually fast and furious, sometimes it can get overwhelming. I have 80 tomato plants in my garden and eat as much fresh as I can. I use the cherry tomatoes to make delicious Roasted Cherry Tomato Pasta Sauce and freeze most of...
Roasted Cherry Tomato Pasta Sauce

Roasted Cherry Tomato Pasta Sauce

This has become my go-to recipe for pasta sauce. I had several cherry tomato plants that went crazy last year and I was harvesting enough cherry tomatoes to make this sauce every 2-3 days. You can freeze this or can it. Either way, you are going to love opening one of...
Compost Those Fall Leaves!

Compost Those Fall Leaves!

This time of year in my neighborhood, the streets are lined with piles of leaves, waiting for the city trucks to remove them. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, over 15,000 tons of leaves are picked up and composted by a local company, Purple Cow Organics, and sold back to the...
You can still plant in July!

You can still plant in July!

Depending on which zone you live in, July may mean many different things. For some of us, who live further south, harvesting is in full swing and others are just now starting to see their hard work rewarded in fresh organic produce. You might think you have passed up...