Foodie Series Herbs


Foodie Series Herbs

Easy-To-Grow Herbs!

Growing your own herbs to use in the kitchen or for medicinal purposes is a true blessing!

It is wise to encourage children to grow their own gardens and know the properties of herbs. My 4-year-old niece, Josie, understood the benefits of peppermint in our backyard garden. How adorable to observe her zeal to pick basil and mint and add it to her family’s water glasses.

Herbs, in addition to flavoring our meals, have so many health benefits as well.

As I upload this video, I’ve decided to plant more herbs today and will purchase seeds for thyme and oregano.

My indoor garden is growing 2 types of basil and parsley, and the outdoor garden yields a rotunda of wild chives, 3 plots of dill and several pots of basil and peppermint.

What herbs are you growing in your garden? What is your favorite herb used in cooking?

My intention for this video series was several-fold: inspire others to grow their own edible gardens, learn how to store their own food, provide recipe ideas for cooking & baking, and offer fascinating, educational information.

After creating 14 extremely unique and interesting videos, I am admittedly proud of my accomplishments. Thank you for taking this Farm-To-Table journey with me.

1. Watch the Introduction to the Farm-To-Table video series

2. Begin with the May late spring crop of Asparagus

3. We grew and harvested our own Rhubarb

4. There’s nothing like raising your own backyard chickens for fresh Eggs

5. I’ve got many wonderful childhood memories surrounding Strawberries

6. What a fun crop to cook with! The spectacular Sugar Snap Peas

7. You can get really creative with Kohlrabi

8. The wonderfully versatile and over-abundant  Zucchini

9. Pickling cucumbers is easier than you think with Sun Pickles

10. Juice, Cook, Bake, Pickle, Freeze and Eat Raw Super Food Beets

11. Learn about the captivating history of Sweet Corn

12. What we do without the versatile vegetable Onions

13. Another sensory crop to harvest & cook is Bell Peppers

14. We eat them like a veggie, but they’re an amazing fruit Tomatoes

15. The joy of Gardening

16. Kale is an absolutely incredible veggie!

17. Herbs have so many valuable uses!

It has been a delight and honor to share the sweat from my brow and fruits of my labor with you, as well as my ongoing adoration for cuisine from around the world.


Enjoy The Entire FOODIE Video Series:


Foodie: The Introduction

Episode One: Thailand

Episode Two: Morocco

Episode Three: Belgium

Episode Four: Tanzania

Episode Five: Ireland

Episode Six: Spain

Episode Seven: Indonesia


Enjoy FOODIE Farm-To-Table Video Series:


Farm-To-Table: Introduction

Farm-To-Table: Asparagus

Farm-To-Table: Rhubarb

Farm-To-Table: Eggs

Farm-To-Table: Strawberries

Farm-To-Table: Snap Peas

Farm-To-Table: Kohlrabi

Farm-To-Table: Zucchini

Farm-To-Table: Sun Pickles

Farm-To-Table: Beets

Farm-To-Table: Sweet Corn

Farm-To-Table: Onions

Farm-To-Table: Bell Peppers

Farm-To-Table: Tomatoes

Farm-To-Table: Backyard Gardening

Farm-To-Table: Kale

Farm-To-Table: Herbs

Farm-To-Table: Spinach

Farm-To-Table: Mushrooms

Farm-To-Table: Blueberries

Farm-To-Table: Green Beans

Farm-To-Table: Blackberries

Farm-To-Table: Swiss Chard

Farm-To-Table: Cantaloupe

Farm-To-Table: Peaches

Farm-To-Table: Jalapenos


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