It feels counterintuitive, but some charred remains might be the best thing for our gardens, writes Hilary Rowley.
Frugal but fabulous
Hilary Rowley raises a glass to traditions handed down.
There’s a Japanese delicacy on the rocks, writes Hilary Rowley.
I’m trying to grow as much of the food we need in our backyard garden and have found that it's relatively easy to grow enough vegetables for a year, with a bit of strategic in-season eating and freezing or preserving.
Now is the perfect time to start growing flint corn from seed so you can make polenta and tortillas, writes Hilary Rowley.
A dog’s life should include a proper dog’s breakfast, and other meals too, writes Hilary Rowley.
Chestnuts make for a tasty roadside attraction, writes Hilary Rowley.
We had long since reached "peak zucchini" and were being threatened with having our entire property overwhelmed by an avalanche of giant cucurbits. This vegetable disaster was averted by my friend,...
Birds? Tick. Rabbits? Tick. White butterflies? Tick. But Hilary Rowley has finally found a cheap way to send these garden pests packing, or camping, as it turns out.