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You do not need a compost pile to get great garden soil. Trench composting with kitchen scraps is an easy to use technique that all small gardeners can use. thegardeningcook.com

You do not need a compost pile to get great garden soil. Trench composting with kitchen scraps is an easy to use technique.

Trench composting is an effective way to combine crop rotation and composting in one easy to use procedure. thegardeningcook.com

Trench composting is a great alternative for those who cannot have a normal compost pile. It improves the soil with normal kitchen scraps.

Salted Caramel Apple Crumble

Made A bit too salty on the caramel--made using half and half (warm next time before adding to the sugar mix) good flavor and texture. Added oatmeal to the crumble mix and used less butter.

Hello Hue: Easy Apple Crisp FIVE ingredients! 1-cup flour 1-cup brown sugar 1/2 cup butter 2-3 big tart apples Ground cinnamon Peel apples and cut them into the bite size pieces. Layer them in a buttered casserole dish; sprinkle with cinnamon. Combine flour, brown sugar and butter into a bowl; cut in butter and mix until you have little crumbles; pour crumbles over the apples. Bake at 375 degrees for 30-40 minutes or until golden brown. Let cool; Serve with vanilla ice cream on top.

simple apple crisp you'll ever eat. FIVE ingredients! 1 cup flour 1 cup brown sugar cup of butter (usually equals 1 stick) big apples (I'm biased towards Honeycrisp. Basically, they're the best.) ground cinnamon (I added this to the recipe

Nutella puff pastry Christmas tree - just a tub of Nutella and a packet of puff pastry is all you need for this gorgeous treat!

Nutella puff pastry Christmas tree - just a tub of Nutella and a packet of puff pastry is all you need for this gorgeous treat! Or use pesto for a green tree