Nothing like a new baby to make a few months disappear. We welcomed Malakai Wolf to the world on August 5 and it has been quite a ride adjusting to being new parents! And suddenly it’s here, the first few days of October, the Jewish holidays, the rain, the chill and the FALL!
It’s early June and the kale that was planted in April is now big and beautiful but has not yet turned leathery or bitter with heat. My favorite kale for this time of year is the Lacinato or Dinosaur kale but I have some curly as well. (In the fall, I love the red kale after it has survived a frost and is coarse and sweet). Read More
It’s finally here, the long awaited garlic scape season- a bit early this year I might add. Garlic, as you know if you’ve planted it, gets planted in the fall in our climate, hunkers down beneath a layer of mulch all winter, and sends up a soaring, swan necked flower head in June. Read More
Here at Edible Eden we are always learning about and discovering great edible landscaping plants. At the moment I am mesmerized by common Sage (Salvia Officinalis). I’ve known that Sage was great to cook with and really shines when fried in butter until crispy and crumpled over butternut squash ravioli... Read More