Sometimes inspiration and meaning can be found in the most ordinary places---like the kitchen.
A satisfying salad like this one can serve as a meal-in-itself.
This recipe brings together three seasons of flavors: winter (fennel), spring (sugar snap peas) and summer (blueberries) for a fresh and delightful mix, perfect as a summer grilling side.
The flavor of honey and corn are prominent, while the summer blueberries are sweet, tart and juicy.
Since 2004, Fallen Fruit has been planting fruit trees around Los Angeles. The trees produce hundreds of pounds of produce a year — all free to the public.
The sweet and tart blueberries work so wonderfully with the cornbread. No sugar necessary!
Many farm workers call blueberries their favorite crop to pick, but it's a short season, and workers and their families have to keep moving.
Start with a simple pancake recipe, then get creative. That’s when you have the chance to wow people.
Of all my u-pick berry adventures this summer, I most enjoyed picking blueberries. Not only were they tasty to eat, they required less stooping to pick!
I originally imagined this as a dessert, but it works even better as a hearty way to start off your day.
What superfoods should I be eating? Are they more nutrient-rich when eaten raw or cooked? What makes them so super anyway? Your questions answered!
Students from The Project School are helping turn the perimeter of the Middle Way House into edibles. It's like a living classroom.
In today's podcast, we have two recipes for Caribbean grilled chicken and a sweet treat with berries. Then we pull weeds in the garden with fourth graders.
Even though I can't pick blueberries here in Southern California, I do love to buy some when they're in season and make this pie.
What I decided to make from the treasures I purchased from the market was a salad that makes a wonderful side or light lunch.
With the help of Jeni Britton Bauer's new cookbook, the sky's the limit with what you can do with an ice cream maker.
Earth Eats is celebrating strawberry season today with a fresh take on strawberry shortcake and a recipe for a better-than-a-cobbler summer berry grunt.
There are inventive ways to avoid all the store-bought dyes and chemicals when you're coloring eggs this Easter. It’s fun to do it yourself - and it's science!
More brunch! An egg casserole with artichoke hearts, potatoes and a slew of other things. And, the Drunken Watermelon will put a smile on your guests’ faces.
Making your own jam or jelly is not difficult at all. All that's needed are canning jars, pectin, lemon juice, fruit and a sweetener.