The metal bowl contains 5 pounds of Jerusalem Artichokes (aka Sunchokes). I’ll make a soup tonight, and next week will feature Sunchokes fried in Sage Butter, and Roasted Sunchokes (perhaps with Blue Potatoes). I am not sure what I am … Continue reading
Today I tasted the Fermented Chile Rojo Garlic Hot Sauce that I started on September 22nd. It was delicious and Muy Caliente! I decided it was time to finish the batch and bottle it. First I pureed it in the … Continue reading
It looks like we are going to get a second crop of artichokes this year. Last year we only got them in the spring. Has anyone else gotten artichokes in both the Spring & Fall from the same plants?
Here’s what I found out in the yard today. I also harvested mint and lemongrass which are not pictured. I plan to make some tomato jam and some fermented Chile Verde Hot Sauce.
I got a lot of things done this weekend. First, I put four trays of strawberries into the dehydrator on Saturday morning: This yielded just under a quart of dried strawberries: Then I reloaded the dehydrator with Tomatoes: My major … Continue reading
Today is going to be a pesto day again. The basil is going crazy. I also have lovely garlic that I harvested. When I last spoke with all y’all, I promised to share my basic pesto recipe with you. Every … Continue reading
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The weekend is my prime time to harvest and process food from my garden. Here’s part of what I harvested today: I also harvested Basil. I made this from the Basil: We’ll be having this for dinner tonight, served on … Continue reading