They say things that grow together go together, and in the case of tart rhubarb and sweet strawberries this is certainly the case!
My ex Mother-in-law used to make … Read More
This recipe is for pies and tarts that do not require an overly sweet crust and makes one crust. For double crust pies (top and bottom) double the recipe.
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
I’ve been busy putting up canned produce for the winter and I’ve already exceeded the amount put up last year with quite a bit more to go. And while I get excited about putting … Read More
This time of year fruit takes on an important role in the kitchen. Cool fruit salads, jellies and jams are the norm. But what some folks don’t realize is fruit … Read More
A holiday during the summer is a good excuse for a treat like ice cream. Inspired by John over at The Bartolini Kitchens, I decided to try my hand at … Read More
This is the second of the two desserts for the team at work. It just now struck me – how the heck am I going to get them to the … Read More
Another Meatless Monday. This time I’ll do a whole grain pancake as shown by the NYT’s Mark Bittman I always have bulgar on hand, and instead of the honey or … Read More
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