BONNIE MCDANIEL (Patch Contributing Writer) – Farm Girl In The City™, is a lifestyle writer and editor, television and radio personality and the author of three books. The first book in her Farm Girl In The City™ cookbook series is set to debut in the fall of 2017.
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NThis recipe for coconut, lemon, lavender ice cream is absent of dairy, which means if you are lactose intolerant, this is for you.
It’s hot outside and I can’t think of a better excuse to make up a scrumptious batch of coconut, lemon, lavender ice cream. And to make this even more tempting, the garden is bursting with lavender blooms, perfect for harvesting some of their deliciously fragrant florets.
Nothing says entertainment like meeting up at your favorite spot to eat with friends. Step up the tradition by starting a brunch club.
The arrival of warm weather means almost everyone is searching for an excuse to gather with family and friends to soak up the excitement of the new season. And nothing says welcoming entertainment like meeting up at your favorite spot over brunch.
The combination of savory, tangy and sweet for this Cornish hen recipe is a delightful symphony of flavors. Welcome spring with the light and fresh flavor of Cornish hens!
For many, Easter week marks the official kickoff of the spring season. And nothing ushers in the new season like a menu chocked with good food that does not weigh you down.
You don’t have to blanket your garden with harmful chemicals in order to protect it from pesky insects and pests.
Congratulations! You finally got that vegetable garden planted, and you cannot wait to harvest the first of the bounty for your delicious recipes.
To create an absolutely amazing salad, make it simple, fresh, and exceptionally good in flavor.
As the sun begins to warm up our days and nights, we transition from the weightiness of winter, to a lighter, less complicated way of being and salad becomes the mainstay for dinner tables everywhere.
If you’re ready to start the journey to growing your own healthy and delicious fresh produce, here are a few tips to get you started.
A Farm to table has become all the rage over the past few years, with everyone rushing to put fresh, local produce on the dinner table.
The show runs March 11-19, so you still have time to make your way there to see beautiful displays of tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and more.
Everything’s coming up roses! Well, actually this year its tulips, hyacinths and daffodils.