When you are facing a huge pile of tomatoes, you may not have the time to skin them and core them to make sauce. This simple roasting method will transform that daunting mountain of garden tomatoes into a wonderful sauce that you can freeze and use all winter long as pasta sauce, pizza sauce, or […]
Here is a very simple dish that will use up some of your prolific zucchini, along with other garden stars like carrots and potatoes. It’s a mild and happy curry that will fill you up and warm your soul.
Is it an apple? A pear? Why does it smell so amazing? What is this unusual fruit with a solid place throughout written history? It is a quince. Chances are, you may not have heard of it–but I know you’d like to. Read more about quince and how easy it is to fall in love […]
With the price of grass-fed, free-range meat so high, sometimes it’s just more economical to go meatless. Here is a burger that you can grill up and serve with all the usual fixings. Will you give a meatless burger a try, just once?
Go find and pick some quince (or purchase some..I’m hearing that some farmer’s markets and even grocery stores are starting to carry them), and make some of this simple jam. The flavor–floral and sweet, which I liken to a mix of pineapple and pear, with a rose scent–will have you eating it right from the […]
If you have any nooks and crannies on your patio or in your garden, and would love to utilize that space, you might consider making a self-watering, or Earth Bucket. Making and using a self-watering ‘Earth Bucket’ is an easy project and a wonderful way to conserve water and to plant things where you might […]