Skip to main content

Posts

Featured Post

Tomatillo Companion Plants with Salsa Verde Recipe

Today, we're going to share how to create a tomatillo salsa (salsa verde) garden with companion planting. You know we love our Mexican cuisine. On every road trip activity list, it's always a search for great flavor and experiencing what different regions can do with tacos, carne asada and Wendie's favorite, roasted carnitas. 



We up our game at home by frying our own tortillas. At least once a week we're eating fresh, flavorful and savory meals inspired from south of the border. 

Believe it or not, you can grow tomatillos in New England. They are a hardy, medium-growth plant and can accompany or replace a great many traditional Yankee veggies in recipes. Salsa verde, made with tomatillos instead of tomatoes, has a distinct flavor that compliments the traditional salsa roja we usually see on the table and brings a smoky flavor from the roasted ingredients.

Tomatillo Recipe Companion Plants Not only do the ingredients of salsa verde pair well in a salsa bowl, they create a g…

Latest Posts

What Do Homesteaders Do All Day?

FAMILY HOMESTEADING AND OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #18

YOU'RE THE STAR BLOG HOP WEEK #2 JUNE, 2019

FAMILY HOMESTEADING AND OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #17

YOU'RE THE STAR BLOG HOP WEEK #1 JUNE, 2019

Bee Day Part 3: The Carniolans Come Home

FAMILY HOMESTEADING AND OFF THE GRID BLOG HOP #16