Have you ever tried to grow broccoli only to be disappointed by small heads, black rotted spots, yellow fruit and leaves, or worse…worms? Eww! Isn’t it so disappointing?! I know, I’ve been there! Just like every garden failure, I learned from the experience, and I have figured out the tricks to growing great broccoli!
A frittata is simply a quiche with no crust or an omelet that you bake. It makes a great main dish for breakfast or dinner. It was hot. The eggs were fluffy. The broccoli, ham, and cheese were yummy.
It’s bursting with flavors and loaded with healthy vegetables. We love it. It’s one of my son’s favorite dinners. This was the dish that taught him to love broccoli!
Cornbread is always a great comfort food around here. Farmer Derek’s favorite version is his very own Broccoli Cheese Cornbread. I wish that I could take credit for coming up with this recipe but it is all Farmer Derek here. I will tell you that Emma says it tastes better when I make it, though. […]
This hush puppies recipe uses the broccoli stems instead of the head. Sounds weird right? Aren’t you suppose to throw the broccoli stem in the trash, or better yet the compost bin? No way! Broccoli stems are chock full of vitamins and nutrients. The have the same taste as broccoli heads, just a bit milder.
Broccoli is high in dietary fiber and vitamin C (something most people do not know); it provides a modest amount of beta-carotene which helps keep your vitamin D metabolism in balance. It also contains several nutrients with potent anti-cancer properties. 1 cup contains only 55 calorie. With all that it can do for you it […]