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Earth Day

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Honor the Blue Marble--Earth Day is April 22!

Fall and Winter Salads

BY: Jennifer Anderson

There's plenty of cold-weather produce that you can make into delicious seasonal salads.

Fantastic Fennel

BY: Krista Winjum

One of the few plants where the roots, stalk, seeds, fronds and pollen are all used, fennel adds a new flavor twist to meals.

Freezer Jam

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Summer offers fresh fruits at their best. Let's preserve some for later!

Green Gardening

BY: Melinda Myers, Horticulture Expert

Twenty five easy ways to garden greener.

Grow It, Cook It

BY: Allrecipes Staff

The ultimate resource to getting your garden started.

Growing Sprouts

BY: Karen Stern

From wispy strands of alfalfa to the substantial crunch of sunflower, sprouts pack a hefty nutritional punch.

Homemade Pesto

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Fragrant and flavorful, pesto is pasta's perfect partner.

Homemade Tomato Sauce

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Tomato sauce you make from scratch is homey and delicious--and so surprisingly easy! All it takes is a few fresh ingredients.

How to Buy, Store, Prep and Grow Lettuce

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Simple tips for buying amazing lettuce (and keeping it that way).

Juicy, Sweet Watermelon

BY: Denise Foley

Even if you have a modest backyard, you can grow enough watermelons to have plenty of seed-spitting contests this summer.

Kitchen Herb Gardening

BY: Tammy Weisberger

Bring a little life to your windowsill and reap the culinary rewards of a kitchen herb garden.

More Peas, Please

BY: Nancie Christie

This garden gem is a real palate-pleaser--learn how to grow them in your own garden.

Onions On a Roll

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Onions add flavor to practically everything, they're available year-round, they're cheap--who cares if they sometimes make us cry?

Organics 101

BY: Carl Hanson

Organic food has grown into a multi-billion dollar market that represents the fastest-growing segment of the grocery industry. Heady stuff for a movement that champions small-scale, sustainable food production.

Raspberries Rule

BY: Allrecipes Staff

You can grow delicious raspberries in your own backyard without letting them take over your world.

Rhubarb: First Fruits of Spring

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Vibrant color and pucker-up flavor make this unusual vegetable a springtime sensation.

Rhubarb: The Pie Plant

BY: Jennifer Anderson

The sharp flavor of rhubarb inspires strong opinions: most people either love it or hate it.

Rosemary: An Herb to Remember

BY: Allrecipes Staff

Hardy rosemary leaves stand up to baking, frying, or grilling.

Sage Advice

BY: Reader's Digest and

Think outside the recipe box. Savory sage can add spice to your cooking in ways that just might surprise you.

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