The food preservation continues, and today I worked on making tomato sauce out of some of the many tomatoes from the garden.
This week we’re walking through for the final weekly garden tour of the year. Things are winding down and moving towards the fall & winter garden season. Come along and see how things are going.
How to make cauliflower rice (or “riced cauliflower”) at home.
This unusual jam recipe has the flavor of classic Zucchini Bread, but in the form of a spreadable jam. You’ll love this fun way to preserve the summer harvest.
It is almost overwhelming how much is coming in out of the garden. I’m working hard to make sure that none of it goes to waste!
A simple side dish of Chinese noodle beans, with sauteed onions and pepper.
Join me for the week 13, garden tour. I take you through on a walk to see what is going on. What is growing well, what we are struggling with, and what has ended.
I received a great gift in the mail – something I have been a little afraid of, but it is time to overcome that. Then I headed into the woods and shared a discovery I have made and what I think of it.
Rustic Zucchini cake is an unpretentious, moist and flavorful, lightly sweet cake topped with dreamy cream cheese frosting.