Nicole Engineer

  1. Moving Your Seedlings Outdoors

    Tips for Successful Transplanting Before transplanting your small sprouts from your AeroGarden to your soil beds outdoors, seedlings need to be hardened off. This means helping the plants get accustomed to strong sunlight, cold nights, and less watering over time. Skipping this step throws your seedlings into something they are not prepared for and will almost certainly result in some...
  2. Why Start Seeds Indoors?

    Why Start Seeds Indoors?
    Starting seeds indoors is great for many reasons! First off, more bang for your buck! Buying seed kits gives you the opportunity to grow more than a traditional starter plant and at a lower cost. This will yield you more herbs, veggies and flowers for less coming out of your pocket. There is also a wide variety of plant seeds to choose from, as opposed to having a...
  3. Why plants grow 5X faster than those grown in soil

    Why plants grow 5X faster than those grown in soil
    The year 2020 marked 15 years since the launch of the very first AeroGarden to the public. In that time, millions of AeroGardens have been sold and growing fresh herbs salads, veggies, flowers and more in our homes has gained in popularity every year. One of the reasons for that popularity is how quickly plants grow in the AeroGarden in-home...
  4. Always Local, Safe & Sustainable

    Always Local, Safe & Sustainable
    From the minute you harvest fresh produce from your AeroGarden, you can rest assured that what you are about use is safe, free of herbicides and pesticides, and loyal to the health of the planet. Herbs, salads and vegetables can’t get any fresher than picked right from the plant, any more local that your kitchen counter, or any friendlier to...
  5. Butternut Squash Steaks with Brown Butter–Sage Sauce

    Butternut Squash Steaks with Brown Butter–Sage Sauce
    Have some extra sage to use up? Apply the classic steakhouse butter-basting technique to slabs of butternut squash and turn it into a hearty vegetarian main dish. INGREDIENTS 1 large butternut squash (about 3 lb.), preferably one with a long thick neck 1 Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil 2 Tbsp. unsalted butter, cut into pieces 6 sage leaves 2 garlic cloves, crushed...

    Want super-crisp chicken without having to add much fat? Start with a room-temperature pan: As the skillet becomes hot, the chicken skin will gradually render its fat, becoming browned and crackling. YIELD Makes 4 servings ACTIVE TIME 20 minutes TOTAL TIME 30 minutes INGREDIENTS 1 lemon 4 large or 8 small skin-on, boneless chicken thighs Kosher salt and freshly ground...
  7. Guess What's Growing

    Guess What's Growing
    It's that time again! Guess What's Growing! Hint: This plant has been described as looking like a "flame."
  8. Matcha-Mint Sparkler

    Matcha-Mint Sparkler
    Matcha in the morning, matcha at night, matcha all through the day! This lime-mint-matcha combo is a great morning or afternoon pick-me-up, or add a splash of rum for a bright and refreshing cocktail. YIELD Makes 2 servings ACTIVE TIME 5 minutes TOTAL TIME 10 minutes INGREDIENTS 2 limes, divided 2 tablespoons sugar 3 tablespoons mint leaves, divided 2 teaspoons...

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