Indigo Milk Cap Recipe – The Lactarius Indigo is one of the most beautiful mushrooms you’ll ever see (or eat).
Want to know how to naturally build healthy soil in your garden? We’ll explain how and show you a single image that says more than a a thousands words!
We’ve been a little quiet over the past few months, but we think we’ve got a good excuse. We’ve been putting all of our spare time into a project that [...]
They’re pretty. They smell wonderful. And they taste amazing. Here are our three favorite wild edible flowers of spring…What are yours?
What lessons about life did we learn from the death of our duck? The answers may surprise you.
Our oldest Welsh Harlequin duck, Lady Margaret Thrasher, laid her first eggs today!
We recently went to York, SC to visit Windy Hill Orchard & Cidery, a multi-generational, family-owned apple farm that produces our favorite hard ciders.
Hibiscus tea, hibiscus jelly… yep, hibiscus plants don’t just make beautiful flowers, they can also make wonderful edible plants!
Ducks vs chickens: find out which type of fowl comes out ahead in a side-by-side comparison for backyard (or farmyard) egg production.
Tyrant Farms is named in honor of the benevolent dictator, Susan. However, there is another lady who has played an integral role in creating our little slice of edible paradise [...]
Meet a wild, native gourmet mushroom that can weigh up to 100 pounds and tastes just like chicken: Laetiporus cincinnatus, aka Chicken of the Woods.
Want to extend your tomato growing season in order to get another round of big yields before first frost? Come find out how!
Want to have a garden or yard full of more strawberries than you can eat? Here’s how to grow new strawberry plants for FREE!
It’s been a great growing season, despite record rains that devastated nearby farms & gardens. Here are 3 permaculture lessons we learned this summer…
Trying to figure out what to do with all your extra tomatoes? Easily make soft and chewy sun-dried tomatoes!