July 30th is National Cheesecake Day! What better way to celebrate than by making a cheesecake? I mean, if you love cheesecake, what can be more soothing to the soul, tummy-filling and sociable than eating a piece of cheesecake? This is just one of the reasons why so many people love cheesecake – it’s a comfort food. Lets face it, cheesecake is a light, airy confection made with a graham cracker crust and smooth creamy vanilla filling topped with your favorite topping such as cherries, strawberries, blueberries, streusel – – – or you can choose a variety of other toppings! Get creative – after all that is what cooking is all about! Click here to read more and get your free cheesecake cookbook!
Got lemons? Wonder how you can easily preserve them without freezing or canning? Try making these spiced preserved lemons! They are great on fish or for use in recipes!
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July 29 is National Lasagna Day! Did you know there are many types of lasagna? Did you know beef is not the only meat you can use in a lasagna? Get creative! There are many lasagna recipes available online – however for those of you who prefer a more traditional lasagna recipe, be sure to check my Easy Homemade Lasagna recipe out! Click here to read more –
Source: Easy Homemade Lasagna
Now that I have had time to unpack and sort the goodies I brought home, I felt I shoud get into the vegetable garden to weed, plant the fall garden and water the seeds in so they would get off to a good start. Remember, the secret to a successful fall and winter garden is making sure the plants are mature before the cold weather sets in.
I began with the easiest area – the small tunnel house. I had allowed the lettuce mixtures in it to go to seed, so it was simply a matter of removing the mature seed, removing and composting the dead plant material and then planting the seeds that I had collected.
The other side of the small tunnel house is still filled with cabbage. I intend to overwinter those in place so I can make fresh coleslaw all winter long. Click here to read more –
Long season garden plants are either those that take a long time to flower, produce their crop or fruit for an extended period of time. Many plants will bloom longer if the faded blooms are cut off. This process is known as deadheading. Most plants need an inch of water a week to thrive and while this may not seem like a lot, adequate water goes a long way when it comes to a plant producing at its peak. Click here to read more –