Next Year’s Garlic Breath

We’ve been blessed with a few sunny days recently, so we took advantage of it by picking last of the basil (for pesto) and beans (for next year’s crop). Corn stalks came out finally, and are serving as Halloween decorations on the front porch for the next couple of weeks.  My son graduated this pastRead more

Butchering Day

Butternut Coconut Red Lentil Curry
Butternut Coconut Red Lentil Curry

We grow a fair amount of squash, and it usually gets eaten throughout the year – roasted whole, tossed with pasta, turned into soup, or baked into muffins. Most years, I cook one of the big guys and freeze the pulp in glass jars (this is often the remainder of a jack-o-lantern), but in 2016Read more

No-Parm Pesto

I may have overdone it. Again. I have a tendency to get overly excited about one crop every year and plant way more than one family can possibly eat. Exhibit A, last year’s garlic haul: By June, when I still had half a bushel left and it became obvious that we weren’t going to finishRead more

Low Fat Granola

If you’re familiar with my old blog, my love affair with this breakfast staple is old news, though I have tweaked it over the years, and it’s still a mainstay of our diet, so I thought it was worth sharing again. My husband and I eat this for breakfast almost every weekday, topped with homemadeRead more