We finally harvested the last batch of the root vegetables in our garden to make way for our next round of summer plants. This salad, adapted from October 2010’s Bon Appetit, is a beautiful blend of winter vegetables and springtime flavors.
Salads aren’t known for being the most satisfying of dishes. However, this mix of roasted root vegetables on a bed of greens gives you a tasty and filling meal. I came up with it after finally having a bunch of
If you haven’t already, check out “Winter Vegetable Storage, Part 1.” Brassicas (Non-Root): Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Chinese Cabbage (Bok Choy), Kale, Kohlrabi – 32 degrees at 90-95% humidity All of these crops have very similar storage requirements. For the heading
This week in my garden I harvested a four pound napa cabbage. As you can see from the photo below that is a lot of cabbage! I put it inside and it took up half of my fridge so I
Three years ago, Sean Williams wrote one of my favorite Farmscape blog posts. In the post, he used Brix testing to measure the sugar content of Farmscape tomatoes against those from the grocery store and farmers market. His findings confirmed
Why do some tomatoes have “noses”? A couple years ago, a colleague told me about a funny visit to a school garden. Some of the students had discovered a tomato with a protrusion. They decided that the unusual bump extending