This cheese spread can be made ahead and kept chilled up to two days, so I would make it no earlier than Thursday night for a Saturday night cracker barrel. Serve it with crackers, sliced bread or crudités, which is a fancy French word for sliced or whole raw vegetables. I like to serve it […]
Are you planting pepper seed this year? I am behind, but better late than never! It’s not too late, if you haven’t planted yours yet! I don’t really like hot peppers, so I don’t do a lot of them. If you like hot peppers, they really should have been planted by now for a larger […]
Do you have a family recipe that has a completely random name? It seems like kids are especially good at coming up with hilarious names! This recipe for cabbage soup is a great example. My friend Kim is a very busy local caterer. She is the go-to caterer for local weddings, corporate events, and even […]
This quick and dirty 30 second guide to Peppers should help you answer all those questions quickly, without having to sort through article after article. I’ve always wanted a quick cheat sheet like this, so hopefully you’ll find it useful too!
What kinds of peppers will you be growing in your garden this year? Check out my list of eight pepper cultivars that I will be planting this spring. Maybe you’ll find a new favorite.
Fridge pickles are a quick way to use some of this years’ garden cucumbers. Refrigerator pickles take half hour to make and last 3 months – without canning.