Heirloom Corn and Potato Chowder is a warming winter chowder, thick and hearty to chase away the cold winter blues.
About Stephen Scott
Stephen Scott is co-owner of Terroir Seeds, a family owned and operated heirloom seed company that focuses on the "Cycle of Terroir"- from the soil, to the seed, to the food you eat; providing heirloom seeds, education and information for all phases of the cycle.
Entries by Stephen Scott
The diversity of heirloom seeds gives a resiliency that provides a real answer to the collapse and catastrophe of today’s chemical industrial agriculture.
Two onion soup recipes compared using heirloom vegetables. Using heirloom onion and garlic gives the incomparable flavor to the soups.
Growing your own vegetables gives the most nutrition, the best taste and saves the most money. In some cases it even pays you to grow your own vegetables!
Three great heirloom pumpkin recipes that prove pumpkin isn’t strictly for Halloween or pumpkin pie; there are many other tasty ways to enjoy it.
Incredible, exceptional taste is the single biggest reason so many people are turning to heirloom gardens for their fresh vegetables.
We have an initial 14 collections that are specially priced and carefully selected to make your growing experiences as easy and rewarding as possible.
Seed Saving and Storage gives valuable updated information on how to best save and store your heirloom seeds.
Cilantro Freezer Pickles has been a favorite of our for years and is always devoured at picnics. Preserves the outstanding fresh cilantro flavor.
Bitter eggplant is a thing of the past when growing your own and used in a fresh eggplant pasta sauce.
Delicious recipes for using the wonderful Red Russian Kale that is a mainstay of the fall garden.
Heirloom vegetables, fruits, flowers and herbs are varieties that have remained popular with home gardeners because they grow well and taste great.
A short intro on 2 new articles showing the popularity and importance of heirloom seeds and local gardens.
We get a lot of questions on how to save seeds. Most of them are general seed saving questions, but most boil down to how to save seeds for the next year.
We are finishing up our raised bed garden, which will be both production garden for our family, and a test garden for the seed business.
What’s a home garden worth? With the global economy spiraling downward it’s a good question to ask and a good time to ask it.
How Terroir Seeds came to be, with an heirloom seed growing home gardening background, Stephen and Cindy purchased Underwood Gardens and moved forward.
Heirloom seeds, along with heirloom herbs and flowers have seen a tremendous growth in the past few years. Why do heirloom seeds matter?