Category: Recipes

Eat: Pickled Red Cabbage

Last summer, I took one of my stellar red cabbages from the garden, and for the first time made pickled red cabbage – one mid-sized cabbage producing six 250-ml jars. Not only was I impressed by how far a single vegetable could go in… Continue Reading “Eat: Pickled Red Cabbage”

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Zucchini-craze.

The summer squashes are endless at the moment – I’ve got zucchini, ronde de nice and yellow pattypan all producing voluminously in my early-autumn backyard. What to do with them all? Well tonight we had ronde de nice squash stuffed with ground beef, tomato… Continue Reading “Zucchini-craze.”

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Sage infusions

I cleaned up my garden a bit today – whacked the weeds on the edges (my once a year use of the stihl), staked up some floppy tomatoes and raspberries, and hauled out a harvest basket full of produce. Very satisfying for a garden… Continue Reading “Sage infusions”

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More canning chatter.

Among the many conversations I had during the garden tour was lots of chatter about canning. How to make it simpler especially – which I am all about. Blanching tomatos and peaches? Apparently it’s not necessary as long as you wash well and (in… Continue Reading “More canning chatter.”

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