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Asian Greens

Asian Greens

I am a big fan of kimchi (aka kimchee): Korean pickled cabbage. Kimchi is high in natural probiotics that aid digestion; it also contains lots of vitamin C. I usually make kimchi with Napa cabbage, but I’ve got several varieties … Read More

Roasted Tomato Soup

Roasted Tomato Soup

It has been so hot here recently that the idea of eating hot soup was banished from my mind. Now that the weather’s more cooperative and ripe tomatoes are on the vine, it makes perfect sense to throw this roasted … Read More

Cool as a Cucumber

Cool as a Cucumber

Now that my garden cucumbers are ripe, I am looking for all sorts of creative ways to use them. This sorbet  is perfect for summer because it’s cool as a cucumber (sorry, couldn’t resist) and it takes very little time … Read More

Edible Flowers

Edible Flowers

I recently learned that peony blossoms are edible, so I decided to combine them with rose petals (also edible) in this ice cream recipe. I grow both peonies and roses in my flower garden and I never spray them with … Read More

Homemade Raspberry Vinegar

Homemade Raspberry Vinegar

Ever purchased “gourmet” raspberry vinegar? It’s a delicious addition to salad dressings and marinades. When raspberries are ripe for the picking in your garden (or when local raspberries are available at your market), it’s the perfect time to make your … Read More

Enjoying Squash Blossoms

Enjoying Squash Blossoms

Squash blossoms are not just beautiful to behold, they are also edible and quite tasty. While it is common to stuff them with cheese and herbs, dredge them in eggs and flour, and fry them into deliciousness, it’s also possible … Read More

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