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Harvest Monday May 27, 2019

It’s time for Harvest Monday, where we celebrate all things harvest related. I began cutting some of the spring planted greens last week, and they gave us a bit of welcome variety in our meals. First up was the Italian … Continue reading

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Photo Friday: 2018 By the Month

Lacking any real activity in the garden this time of year, I thought I would share some photos today to show some of my 2018 activities. January saw us undertaking a big kitchen renovation. We had been planning this for … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday December 3, 2018

Welcome to Harvest Monday, where we celebrate all things harvest related. My harvests lately have been all about the greens, since that’s what I have growing at the moment. I got a small cutting of collard greens last week, enough … Continue reading

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Fall Fermenting

I’m starting to harvest lots of fall veggies here, and that means it’s time to get busy fermenting some of them. Fermenting is my favorite way to preserve brassicas like cabbage, kohlrabi and radishes.  We will be enjoying jars of … Continue reading

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Fermented Curtido (Salvadoran Cabbage Slaw)

Curtido is a dish from El Salvador that I think of as fermented slaw. It has cabbage, carrots and onions like many slaws do, but it has the added zing of a hot pepper (or two). And it is usually … Continue reading

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