When Easter comes early, as it does this year, bring the spring flowers inside. Many can go outside after winter gives way to warmer temperatures. To complement the plants, we have a collection of Easter projects and recipes to fill your home.
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Liven up your grilling with a marinade recipe for tangy, garlicky mojo starring homegrown oregano.
Add flavor and fragrance from your herb garden to handmade hostess gifts this holiday season. Infuse honey with the bold flavor of rosemary and treat your “helping hands” with a scented, soothing hand cream.
A grilled goat cheese stuffed chicken breast is topped with a cranberry salsa with fresh herbs. Get the recipe.
Get all the flavors of Thanksgiving with minimum fuss when you use fresh herbs from the garden like sage and parsley. Try this grilled turkey tenderloin recipe for a flavorful herb makeover.
Try grilling a fall favorite this season, butternut squash. A candied pecan garnish makes this dish worthy of your Thanksgiving table.
Another reason to grow herbs near your grilling station – create an herb butter seasoned with herbs to melt over grilled steaks.
Get grilling with ideas fresh from Pinterest to extend your season of outdoor fun.
Canning is an easy way to preserve the best of your garden’s produce and enjoy it through the winter. Learn how to can your own salsa with this recipe.
Find out how to make tasty fajitas with flavorful, marinated steak.
Grill corn on the cob with a buttery ranch dressing mix and stir up the kernels with cherry tomatoes, grilled poblanos and salty feta.
Stack medallions of corn on the cob, zucchini and eggplant and then grill in the corn husk for a surprising presentation. Get the recipe.