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Nothing says delicious like home cooking from your home garden. Start reading this FREEBIE of garden recipes today, and get inspired to try something new for dinner tomorrow!

Dear Home Food Gardener,

If you enjoy growing your own food at home, you want to make sure you never run out of easy recipes! Here at the Food Gardening Network, we are always on the lookout for the tastiest garden recipes to pass along to our readers. If you’re looking for some new cooking inspiration—you’ve come to the right place! Because with this FREEBIE, Recipes from Your Garden, you have a 9-week planner for lunch, dinner and more, with easy recipes that taste like you spent way more time in the kitchen than you did!

Each of our garden recipes highlights some of the fruits, vegetables, and herbs you can grow at home. It’s just a taste of what’s available at the Food Gardening Network—an appetizer of sorts.

Please use this FREEBIE, Recipes from Your Garden, to get started with new easy recipes sure to please everyone at your table. If you’re still planning your next food garden, these garden recipes will give you an idea of what you might want to include on your planting list!

Week #1 in Recipes from Your Garden: Fried Green Tomatoes

I say tomato, you say sauce. I say fried green tomatoes—what do you say? If you’re growing Beefsteak tomatoes, you know you’re bound to have a lot. If you’ve been looking for new garden recipes for tomatoes, start right here. In under an hour you’ll be serving crispy-on-the-outside, bursting-with-flavor-on-the-inside fried green tomatoes. Sit back and enjoy what you’ve cooked—along with the compliments for dessert! This is just the beginning of Recipes from Your Garden, your newest source for quick-and-easy recipes!

Week #2 in Recipes from Your Garden: Easy Capellini with Basil and Tomatoes

This is among our most fabulous garden recipes, and it looks almost as good as it tastes! This is taking spaghetti to a new level! You’ll love the sophisticated blends of flavors in this dish, with garlic, basil, parsley, thyme, and succulent cherry tomatoes. For all its fancy potential, you can dress this easy recipe down a little for pickier palates. Get the details—when you read this FREEBIE Recipes from Your Garden.

Week #3 in Recipes from Your Garden: Blueberry Chicken

Hey, those are two words you may never have heard together! But when it comes to enticing garden recipes, this blueberry chicken recipe is at the front of the line! This dish is considered a classic in the south of France, but you don’t need gourmet cooking skills to make it! With just 6 ingredients, you’ll have dinner on the table in no time—just be ready to amaze and delight your tastebuds with this flavorful recipe.

Easy recipes are part of what we do at the Food Gardening Network, to help you celebrate the joys of growing your own food. Get this recipe and more in Recipes from Your Garden right now!

Week #4 in Recipes from Your Garden: Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic

When you picture a group of garden recipes, can you imagine any recipe calling for 40 cloves of garlic? It sounds extreme, but it’s not; the trick is in how you prepare the garlic to go with the chicken. Once you’ve tried this, you’re bound to develop variations of your own. This recipe takes chicken dinner to the next level! If you love garlic like some of us love garlic, you’ll have planted plenty enough to last for months. If you haven’t planted any yet, you might want to plan to—this dish is that good! Get the recipe now in Recipes from Your Garden.

Dinner tip: a fresh baked loaf of French bread pairs perfectly with this recipe!

Week #5 in Recipes from Your Garden: Maple Summer Squash Soup

There’s something so satisfying about squash soup. And when you make it with just a touch of maple syrup, the flavor really comes alive! You’ll want to make this one of your regular garden recipes. It’s a great way to use your squash to make a simple, sweet, satisfying meal. Make it ahead of time and have lunch ready for the weekend!

Serve up your summer squash in a tasty new way when you get Recipes from Your Garden.

Week #6 in Recipes from Your Garden: Slow-Cooker Chicken Cacciatore

Sometimes our garden recipes reap a harvest from our list of favorite foods to grow. This chicken cacciatore recipe includes bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, onions, and basil—all on our Top 10 to Grow list. These fresh ingredients combine to create a classic chicken dish that warms the heart as well as the stomach. You’ll have requests for seconds on this dish, so just be ready. Our home version of an old favorite is yours to cook—when you read Recipes from Your Garden.

Week #7 in Recipes from Your Garden: Roasted Beet, Peach, and Goat Cheese Salad

Of all our salad garden recipes, we love everything about this recipe: it looks lovely, it smells delicious, and it tastes divine. Now, you’ll have to put a little effort into making this, but it will be oh-so worth it! The combination of colors and flavors will thrill you—and you’ll have a new special recipe on hand the next time you entertain! Beets and peaches together? Who knew? Get this recipe and all the rest in Recipes from Your Garden.

Week #8 in Recipes from Your Garden: Easy Chicken and Corn Skillet

When we put together our selection of garden recipes, we didn’t want to bypass corn. There’s so much more you can do with corn than cook it on the cob! You’ll love the combination of the corn with bacon, cheese, onions and herbs surrounding your tender chicken. Get restaurant-style dinner at home with this book of easy recipes.

Week #9 in Recipes from Your Garden: Quick Pickled Cucumbers

We couldn’t complete our FREEBIE on Garden Recipes without a recipe for one of our favorites—pickles! When your cucumber harvest comes in strong, this technique provides a quick and easy pickle recipe and makes a terrific hostess gift when visiting friends. Best of all, you can include other extras from your garden, including peppers and cherry tomatoes.

Read Recipes from Your Garden right now, and harvest the flavor of delicious home cooking. Which of our garden recipes will you try first?

Sincerely,

Amanda MacArthur,
Senior Editor & Producer
Food Gardening Network

P.S. Act now to get this FREEBIE, Recipes from Your Garden—it’s always a good time to learn a few new easy recipes that taste like you worked so much harder than you did!

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