We are harvesting (aaaand processing) lots of cherries, raspberries, rhubarb, and hopefully I’ll soon get to the currants! Summer in full swing!
In this post, check out one of the easiest things to do with your bucket of pears, and one of the tastiest.
The bulk of our pear harvest was slated for caramelizing them with butter, brandy and honey, then freezing for year-round indulgence.
Check out my low-fuss, super-fast applesauce making process. It’s so easy, if feels a bit like cheating!
What produce does elicit disappointment in summer, is usually met with much gladness in the dearth of winter. Take, for instance, the green bell pepper. Many, many sweet peppers usually remain on my plants until the first Fall frost comes rolling in. I need every single day of sun and warmth I can get to turn that green […]
Fall feels so alive, despite the dying back of so much. It’s when we make the big haul in from the garden beds and can and can and can… It’s when we plant garlic and lean on the the forecast, hoping to get one more day before a frost. The fateful freeze did indeed come last […]