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Homemade Barbecue Sauce

Homemade Barbecue Sauce

For many years my go-to barbecue sauce was the Original Mad Dog made by Ashley Foods. I loved it because it didn’t have the tons of sugar/corn syrup that most such products contain, and it was made with very few, simple ingredients. It also had a good balance of...
How to Keep Carrot Harvest

How to Keep Carrot Harvest

Garden produce all winter? You Can Grow That! It’s been a warm start to winter but next week the temperatures are predicted to go into the teens at night and stay below freezing all the next day. That prolonged period of cold is likely to kill the remains of our...
Eggplant with Figs and Fennel

Eggplant with Figs and Fennel

As I was planning a garden-to-table menu for the Winter Solstice I knew that I wanted to use roasted eggplant from the freezer, but I couldn’t find a recipe that I felt worked well with the rest of the menu. So many eggplant recipes involve tomato sauce, and...
Kale and Wild Rice Salad

Kale and Wild Rice Salad

For those of you who still have Tuscan kale in the garden….or can find it in the store, this is a yummy salad. Serves 6 Heat oven to 350 degrees. 1 Cup Wild Rice (2 cups water and pinch of salt to cook)  6 to 8 large leaves Tuscan Kale 2 Large Garnet Yams 1...
End of Summer Pesto

End of Summer Pesto

When the first frost is predicted, that’s the time to rush into the garden and pick assorted herbs and greens for making an end-of-summer Pesto. Today we picked Tuscan kale, chard, basil, nasturtiums and arugula. Don’t worry much about the proportions,...
Quick Garden Pizza

Quick Garden Pizza

If you have a veggie garden, you have the makings of a fantastic pizza that’s quickly made. Here’s how. Start with the pre-made crust of your choice. Put the crust on a cookie sheet and sprinkle the top with shredded cheese – I use a “four...

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