The internet is a funny thing, resource, time sink, abyss of knowledge – useful and otherwise, and (re-) connector of people.
It’s this last one that I’m … Read More
There is frost on the garden and the Brussels Sprouts love it.
The word is they sweeten up after being kissed by the cold. All I know is they … Read More
When I pulled in the harvest, it included 7+ lbs of green tomatoes. Last Sunday I was motivated to use them and not have them go to waste. So I was digging … Read More
In the midst of canning the abundance of produce in the pressure canner, and running out to find some Asafoetida I came across a big beautiful pile of garlic at one of … Read More
Actually, for me to be in a pickle is a good thing!
If you have been following along you know I like pickles, pickled cucumber, chillies, tomatoes, giardiniera. All these … Read More
Late last week the weather forecast was for an overnight frost. That’s a few days early for these parts, but as gardeners – you work with what nature gives you. What she … Read More
I was looking for a way to use the beautiful little eggplants I picked recently. The end of the growing season approaches and the glut of vegetables begs to be … Read More
Remember those pickled cherry tomatoes from what seems way back when? I said I planned on using them in a warm tomato vinaigrette so here we are.
Today we have a … Read More
Inspired by this beautiful basket of late season produce, I decided to make a pot pie. Who doesn’t love breaking through a crisp buttery crust to reveal a steaming treasure … Read More