Monthly Archives: July 2011
The summer harvest begins: eggplant, peppers, broccoli, zucchini, mixed lettuce, kale, swiss chard, radish, basil, dill, thyme, sage, beets, carrots, kohlrabi. Along with granola, quebec organic pocorn and sunflower oil. Advertisements
we also, jerry-rig washing stations rake and prepare beds use the Ubar to gently till in and prep for the next cover crop of buckwheat plant flowers scout for bugs and stop to have a look around
breaks from field work don’t get much better than this: lavender cookies made by Kyla and black rice pudding (with calendula from the garden) made by Nieves. yummy! Morning tea break at the Eardly plot before the winds took down … Continue reading
this page is gleaned from another wonderful popcorn producer’s website: Nature’s Way Organics US FDA data has shown that popcorn grown with chemicals has toxic residues. That is why eating organic will lower your exposure to them and with a … Continue reading
Swiss Chard Spanish Style In Spain, where Nieves is from originally, this is served as a first course. A bunch of Swiss chard 3 garlic cloves sliced 1 tsp Spanish paprika Pinch of sea salt or to taste 2 Tbsp … Continue reading
Rob and I enjoyed a traditional Pimm’s cocktail with a borage flower, not cucumber peel! And yes, it makes all the difference.
“Here’s that rhubarb pie recipe I was telling you about, Anne. No more boring stewed rhubarb for you and Andrew! I would suggest baking it on a cookie sheet to catch all the mess. And you don’t need to add … Continue reading