Grow Ginger for a Taste of the Tropics

People in the Southwest love spicy food. This often means adding chilies to our recipes. But before chilies were discovered in the Americas, the world was getting its flavor kicks from ginger, a spicy tropical root familiar to us all from the produce section of most grocery stores. But guess what? You can grow it

Celebrating Ginger

We recently added a new dog to our family and named her Ginger. Since this is the season when gingerĀ is often used in the foods we loved, I thought I’d post an omnibus of short items about this seasoning. This will celebrate not only our spicy (and very active) dog but all the pies and

 

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