Tomatoes, garlic, and basil

We’ve had a ton of tomatoes this year-probably more than we’ve ever had in the past. It’s a simple task to just go out to the garden, pull a few tomatoes, garlic and basil, and then start cooking. This is a family favorite-margherita pizza. It’s really just a fresh tomato pizza, but it’s one of the reasons we’re so anxious for summer to get here. If you’re interested, I’ve got a great recipe for it. We make ours outside so we don’t even have to heat up the kitchen. You’ll have to buy my ebook to get it, but it you do, you’ll walk away with a lot more than just a great pizza recipe. You’ll learn a lot of tidbits about square foot gardening. You’ll also learn about the two most frequent causes of failure in the square foot garden along with how to make your own 100% organic solutions to eliminate bugs and pests. You probably have most of these items in your home right now. All I can tell you is that these work exceptionally well. In Mel’s first book he says that these homemade remedies “work for some of the plants some of the time for some of the people.” These work. However, I do have to say that I rarely have had any kind of bug/pest problems in my garden. This point will lead me to my next post where I’ll explain why that’s the case with a lot of square foot gardeners. I’m finishing up with my final week of veggie/produce deliveries. It’s a good thing because it’s really slowing down. I do have plans on gardening all winter long. I just want to show that this can be done-pretty easily too! Stay tuned-I’ve been experimenting and learning about a new type of fertilizer-one that you make yourself in your own backyard. It’s really good-I think you’re going to like this.

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4 thoughts on “Tomatoes, garlic, and basil

  • by Lisa Branch

    I just pinned your blog on 3 of my Pinterest boards, several others have done the same, great to see your book getting pinned!!

      • by Lisa Branch

        I am putting your book on my Pinterest board “Green Thumbs” on Facebook so everyone from the reunion can see it and look at your website. I think you can click on my picture and you can see all my boards. I hope you can post more recipes, then I can pin those and have them for me too! Have a great week Jim

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