Pronounced [hah-lah-PEH-nyoh] jalapenos are thick, leathery dark green or red chiles that contains quite a bit of heat. Learn about Jalapeno Chile Peppers. Includes history, uses, and recipes
Arugula, the aromatic salad green. Also known as rocket, roquette, rugula and rucola, and is popular in Italian cuisine. How to grow, use, and store.
A relative of the tomato and member of the nightshade (Solanaceae) family tomatillos provide that tart flavor in a host of Mexican green sauces. Article includes recipes, history, growing tips and nutritional information
We grew our watercress from the roots of a hydroponically grown plant. It is easy to do, fun and it recycles something you may have otherwise thrown away. Trim the greens away, eat the greens, plant the roots.
Learn about the Savory herb. Article discusses summer and winter savory, uses, history, and recipes.