Simple to grow, a bit of a pain to prep, but delicious to eat, if you like artichokes, you will love cardoons.
My garlic patch produces between 300-400 scapes in a normal growing season. This bounty of garlicky goodness finds many uses in the kitchen.
“What do you want on your pizza?”
Why does this question stop me in my tracks every time? Even if I thought long and hard about it beforehand, when faced with the ultimate choice, my brain will just freeze.
Poutine is a glorious dish. A base of crisp French fries topped with gravy and cheese curds is the common version. Unhealthy, perhaps, but poutine can certainly be enjoyed infrequently and in moderation. Nah, who am I kidding? Dig in!
From the beginning to my current never-ending quest for perfect pizza. Sourdough crust, homegrown tomatoes, and the best toppings.
This recipe is for those folks who dream of a barrel full of pickles in the basement. A barrel you can visit anytime, lift the lid, reach below the brine, and pull out a delicious whole fermented cucumber.
I grew some Tetsukabuto squash in my garden this year. This is a variety developed in 1960 in Brazil. One plant produced more than thirty 5-7lb squash! The vine grew up our apple and pear trees, and a few squash remain out of reach.
Today’s project is homemade Worcestershire sauce. Worcestershire sauce is a mystery in a bottle. Tart, salty, complex.
By using the best chilies, the best ingredients in the adobo, and the right combination of spices, I knew I could knock this fastball out of the park!
OK, I have an addiction to peppers, specifically hot peppers. I love them. I need them. I want to look at them, smell them, touch them, and eat them.