It's that time of year again, here's a great way to use up some of that rhubarb from the garden. Easy coffee cake that is a hit with even the worse rhubarb critic.
Button, portobello, oyster, truffle, enoki, morel, and shaggy mane mushrooms all offer variety to a number of dishes.
Recently, sitting around on a Sunday afternoon thinking of something to do, we decided to hit the Frank Slide Interpretive Center. Here is our day trip.
Planting a bee friendly garden is easy, lots of plant provide nectar and pollen to the bees and using these plants in your garden will greatly enhance the bees ability to survive.
Eggshells have a surprising number of uses and can be used in a surprising number of ways. From cleaner to fertilizer to new-age fuel, eggshells can be used for a lot more things than one might think!
Also known as the maiden-hair tree, Ginkgo biloba is the sole survivor of a species of tree that grew in the carbon swamps 200 million years ago.
Whether they have to survive drought or super-hot summer days, these ever-blooming annuals work awesome as a border, ground cover, in containers and added to hanging baskets!
Recipes from Shichimi Togarashi & Gomasio from Japan to roasted Nam Prik & Red Curry Paste from Thailand. Read through to the bonus at the end!
The Daffodil has become a symbol of hope for thousands of people directly or indirectly affected by cancer. From Canada to Australia Cancer Foundations are set up to help and inform.
Day trip to Waterton Lakes National Park yielded an abundance of bear grass and a moose at the end of the trail.
Once upon a time, a Blackfoot maiden fell in love with a wounded prisoner she was attending...
Not really, but the mandrake has a history in witchcraft, legend and lore!
I have had numerous houseplants over the years and with most of the time up to 40 at a time, I've had to downsize and the Crown of Thorns is a keeper.
From the iconic Crowsnest Mountain, to the stunning devastation of Turtle Mountain, to the clean, crisp beauty of a high mountain lake, I am blessed to live in such a spectacular area.
Interesting and beautiful, the Prairie Anemone is one of the first flowers of spring. An old Indian legend tells how this lovely flower got its fur coat.