How to make the world’s best organic green garlic pesto (and kill vampires) using heirloom hard-necked garlic!
A huge, easy-to-grow mushroom, the King Stropharia is an ideal mushroom for organic & permaculture gardeners and farmers to cultivate… and eat!
Can our sense of beauty—from spiral galaxies to a sunflower—be attributed to mathematical equations? More importantly, how does that math taste? Meet (and eat) the Golden Ratio and the Fibonacci Sequence!
Stories from the early stages of an urban food forest – utilizing permaculture methods to grow a beautiful, edible perennial landscape.
Our favorite edible flowers – how to grow and eat a variety of cold and warm-weather flowers, plus fun facts about each of them.
Tired of growing a monoculture grass yard? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Millions of other grass farmers are fed up too. There’s a better way!
To say thanks for helping us reach 1,000 facebook fans, we’re giving away two awesome prizes from Baker Creek, one of our favorite companies on the planet.
Want to protect your seedlings or extend the growing season? Here’s a guide showing you how to make a large, mobile hoophouse/small greenhouse on the cheap.
Part 1 of the “Unsoil Your Dirty Mind” Series: Why should you care about dirt? What do you get in return? Come find out…
One of the scariest tall tales you’ll ever read… the Tyrant Farms mountain lion story.
This slaw recipe has become one of our go-to ways to enjoy greens. It’s easy, super nutritious & tastebuds-swooning kind of yummy. Here’s how to make it…
A great recipe and step by step guide: how to make your own Aioli (Provençal Garlic Mayonnaise) aka “Mayo”. Once you’ve had this homemade version, you’ll never go back!
The Tyrant and I LOVE pancakes, and this recipe is one of our absolute fall favorites. We bet you a pack of heirloom pumpkin seeds that you’ll love this recipe too!
One of the many benefits of growing your own pumpkins instead of buying canned pumpkin from the grocery store, is that you can eat nearly every part of the plant, including the flowers, leaves, seeds, and flesh. Plus, if you’re like us, you might also enjoy growing unusual heirloom varieties of pumpkins while ensuring that your pumpkins don’t contain any pesticides or other synthetic chemicals that could hurt you or your family.
When picking out your jack-o-lantern pumpkin, make sure that you get one big enough for Jack the Farmer, Lars the Banker, and Abdul the Dictator to each have enough space inside, otherwise they’ll fight each other and prematurely blow out the candle (according to Tyrant Farms’ legend).