Valentines Heart Caprese Salad

Valentines Heart Caprese Salad

What says Valentines day better than heart shaped food? This Valentines day Caprese salad is a simple Italian dish, made of sliced fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and AeroGarden sweet basil, all with a romantic twist. All you need is: Fresh Mozzarella Fresh Basil grown in your AeroGarden Fresh Heartbreaker tomatoes grown in your AeroGarden (or another.

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New Ways to Top Your Hot Dogs This Summer

Here’s how to make the best hot dog toppings happen: 1. Spice up classic condiments Old Bay Mayo: Stir 2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice and 1 tsp. Old Bay seasoning into 1/2 cup mayonnaise; adjust to taste. Harissa Ketchup: Stir 1 tsp. harissa paste into 1/2 cup ketchup; adjust to taste. Maple Mustard: Stir 1/4.

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Flavored Water Ideas

Looking for a healthy way to stay hydrated? Take out the sugars, syrups, or artificial flavors and naturally flavor your water instead! You can add fruits, veggies, and herbs you’re already growing in your AeroGarden to make basic H20 more exciting. Here are a few ideas for some delicious flavors… Strawberry-Cucumber: This is quite a.

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Easter Dinner Lemon-Herb Grilled Lamb Chops with Orzo

Celebrate Easter with our festive lamb chop recipe. This entree is served with orzo and is sure to please your holiday dinner guests. Plus, it’s made with fresh herbs from your AeroGarden! INGREDIENTS: 8 (4-oz) lamb rib chops (or 4 (8-oz) loin chops) 1/3 cup olive oil 2 whole lemons, thinly sliced, ends removed 2.

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No time to cook?

How about a grilled cheese sandwich with a slice of fresh tomato and fresh basil leaves? Delicious! Here is another easy recipe with basil: Grind-up basil, garlic, and olive oil into a paste. (Basil is a prime ingredient in pistou, a Mediterranean specialty.) Add to cooked pasta noodles and stir. In Italy, pine nuts and.

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Garden Checkup: Treating “Blossom-End Rot”

Blossom-end rot can occur in tomatoes, pepper, cucumber, squash, and melons. Often times, the damage appears when the fruit is half-way grown. These soggy areas expand and turn dark brown and harden. The effected areas will begin to rot and the fruit should be cut-off and discarded. Blossom End Rot is not a pest, parasite, or disease.

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