All Recipes & Gardening Projects – The Bohemian Kitchen

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I put this recipe together yesterday when I had leftover pineapple juice in the fridge and a fresh carton of …
Read More In a previous post, I complained that certain plants weren’t growing well. These were tropical plants grown from grocery store seeds, suffering …
Read More So it’s been a while since I’ve attempted to grow anything from a grocery store plant, but winter is coming …
Read More This post is a spin-off from Growing Grocery Store Plants: pomegranate, sweet granadilla and lemon. Due to the popularity of …
Read More So I’ve been wanting to grow passion fruit for a while. It’s a beautiful plant. Flowers bloom on the vine, their petals white with …
Read More A continuation of Grow your own peanut plant PART ONE and PART TWO . . . . I know this …
Read More I feel as though I haven’t blogged in ages. The past few weeks have been more hectic than usual. I …
Read More The first time I tried this recipe was thanksgiving weekend of last year when I went home to see the family, …
Read More Some of you may remember my first post about homemade vanilla extract from June in which I split 2 vanilla beans down the …
Read More Some of you may remember that I started growing a peanut plant some months ago. I am very happy to …
Read More I’ve had this cookbook for years called The Mediterranean Vegan Kitchen by Donna Klein. It has really fantastic looking recipes that …
Read More I was inspired to make a salad the other day when I was grocery shopping after work and realized that …
Read More A few months back, a friend of mine became very excited about vanilla beans and sent me a link with …
Read More The only place I’ve ever seen a sandwich like this was in Europe. I was 19 years old in the summer …
Read More It’s the end of May and stores across the city are opening up their garden centers and stocking their shelves with …
Read More Have you ever come home at the end of the work day feeling so utterly exhausted that the last thing …
Read More Spring is here with its warm breezes, blue skies and shoots of green poking through the earth. The emergence of …
Read More I was inspired to make my own specialized vinegars over the Christmas holidays when I volunteered at a local arts and books fair …
Read More Right, so two weeks ago I was offered my first job in my field of study, which I accepted of course. So exciting! …
Read More I first started growing my own alfalfa sprouts last summer when I decided that it made no sense for me to …
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