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Spring is definitely sprung here in Atlanta you can tell by the amount of yellow pollen that's covering the every car, nook and cranny in this city. The warmer weather has the kids playing outside in the sunshine, and me checking on my Miracle-Gro Gro-ables progress every other day. Unfortunately, my plants look like they need more time to grow. It's only been a few weeks, so I'm not too concerned that they aren't the size of Jack's beanstalk by now. I know as the weeks continue my globe tomatoes and basil will soon flourish. Cooking with fresh herbs add such a brightness to recipes, you'll never go back to the kind in the jar again.
What really brings my Tuscan Turkey Burgers recipe to life is topping them with fresh sliced tomatoes and basil. I can't wait to let my own homegrown tomatoes and basil take center stage with this recipe. Miracle-Gro Gro-ables make it easy to grow your own herbs and vegetables allowing you to save money at the grocery store.
Miracle-Gro Gro-ables are a fun and simple way to get the family into gardening. Having your children take part in growing their own vegetables for mealtime will inspire curiosity to try new foods. I love to bring my kids into the kitchen to help prepare meals for this very reason. If your children are engaged in the preparation and the sourcing of their food, they are more likely to maintain an interest in cooking. An interest in cooking can lead to understanding nutritional guidelines and help make better food choices as they continue to grow.
Miracle-Gro Gro-ables are ready-to-plant seed pods containing all the necessary growing materials to grow plants from seeds. The special pod is created to provide the correct amount of slow release plant food and maintain balanced seed moisture, all the while protecting the seed so it can mature properly. The seeds are specially selected, placed at the proper depth for planting, and are perfect to use for people and children that want to share in the excitement of growing their own food.
What's your favorite recipe to make with fresh vegetables or homegrown herbs using Miracle-Gro Gro-ables?