Food & Drink

Easy-to-Bake Lemon Tangelo Meringue Pie

A Lemon Tangelo Meringue Pie is easy to make and it tastes delicious. Use a fresh lemon and a fresh tangelo in this recipe for the best flavor.

Festive Holiday Drinks for Fabulous Celebrations

Here are seven of the most delicious holiday drinks you have ever tasted. From cocktails like Southern Comfort Hot Toddy to the best eggnog ever, these festive holiday drinks will make any party more fun.

Garden Roses: Queen of Edible Flowers

Edible roses recipes are among the favorite recipes for dishes made with edible flowers. Rose petals make a lovely addition to foods of all kinds.

Edible Spring Flowers: Dandelions, Tulips and Violets

After a long winter is finally over and flowers are bursting forth everywhere, it’s time to start thinking about edible spring flowers. Edible spring flowers (and some edible summer flowers) grow throughout the garden—and even in the lawn. These flowers do double duty, because they are as attractive outdoors in the yard and the meadow as they are on the plate. And they taste really good. Let’s look at…

The 10 Commandments of Edible Flowers

Follow these 10 Commandments of Edible Flowers to ensure your safety when eating edible flowers

Winter Foraging for Rosehips, Crabapples and Wintergreen

Winter foraging for rosehips, crabapples and wintergreen are my three favorites. Even when the ground is frozen and covered with snow, it's the perfect time to go winter foraging for rosehips, crabapples and wintergreen.

Got Crabapples? Bake this Crabapple Whiskey Cake!

Crabapple Whiskey Cake is a great combination of sweet, tart and boozy. And making a Crabapple Whiskey Cake is surprisingly easy.

Easy-to-Make (and Delicious!) Dandelion Pesto

Dandelion pesto? Absolutely! Cool temperatures produce the tastiest, most tender dandelion greens, so look for them in early spring or late fall. Harvest dandelion greens and make this delicious dandelion pesto.

How to Make Lavender Lemonade

A simple way to use lavender is to make lavender lemonade. Making lavender lemonade is a wonderful way to introduce new tastes and colors to kids (who might be finicky when it comes to trying new things). Here’s my recipe for homemade lavender lemonade.

Eat Your Weeds

You might be surprised at how many of those weeds infiltrating your garden beds are edible. These common weeds that are good to eat put spinach to shame.

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Randy Schultz

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Randy Schultz is the Content Editor of He is a Master Gardener and a long-time member of GWA: The Association for Garden Communicators. Write to him at


Jessica Ford


Jessica aka Frugal Garden Gal is an avid gardener and garden writer based in Colorado Springs, CO. She has over 10 years in the garden industry, and is a self-described horticulture nerd and plant addict. Jessica shares her eco- and budget-friendly gardening tips at   


Ellen Zachos


Ellen Zachos is the author of seven books including The Wildcrafted Cocktail and Backyard Foraging, and she co-hosts the Plantrama podcast ( Ellen writes about wild foods at and has created an online course for beginning foragers.

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