A fruit of many names, the serviceberry is also referred to as the juneberry, saskatoonberry, sarvisberry, shadberry, wild plum, or sugarplum plant. In mid-June (...right around now!) they begin to ripen, turning dark red or purple, and can be picked right off the branch to eat or preserve.Read More
So you joined a CSA or Edible Eden is growing you kale, mustard greens, leeks and other lesser loved produce. Now you have a fridge brimming with seasonal, green things. It’s a Wednesday night and you have no idea what to do with it! Plus it’s cold outside and salad just isn’t going to cut it. Considering going out? Wait! there’s a solution! Try this super easy weekday fall pasta. It blends the healthiness of vitamin rich fall veggies with the comfort food element of pasta. Does it have gluten in it…? Not if you use gluten free pasta...
There's not much to eat in the garden in February, but coldframe spinach is still looking good and all the weeks of frost have really brought out those sugars. I like to brave the snow to harvest it and then steam it up and serve with a hearty wheat bulgar pilaf, a couple of fried eggs, and a simple sausage onion fry-up. Choose a jar of whatever you pickled last season and add some zing as well as live-culture goodness.
Maximize those fresh spring flavored with the first asparagus tips, eggs from the coop and a chunk of your favorite feta