Even when it’s hot outside we’re craving a dinner with something roasted in the oven. This just might be one of the last dishes that we roast in the oven for the next few months. Why? Because our traditional wood-fired oven is almost complete. Whew. It’s an epic project that includes lots of planning, prepping and patience. As of today, we’re 94.9382734% finished. All three brown coats are complete and dried in-between the layers. Now we’re just waiting for the final layer of stucco. We » Read the full story →
Last week we made some baked acorn squash with our garden sage.
LOVE growing sage, it’s so earthy, healing and therapeutic. If we could and had the garden room, we’d grow tons of varieties of sage.
YES WE WOULD. Heart sage.» Read the full story →
3 stages of lemongrass: whole, slivered, fine mince
Beware, lemongrass can be like a noxious weed if it’s not controlled. But growing lemongrass in a pot is an easy and beautiful landscaping choice, as well as ideal ingredient for the home cook!
We’re preparing a fresh lemongrass marinade for some grilled beef and maybe some homemade curry paste. Yummm…
controlling lemongrass out of some of our garden pots
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fresh tomatoes and oregano for salad
The plane landed, we made it home to two happy dogs waiting with toys in mouth and the garden veggies that grew an extra 2 inches while we were away.
The best welcome home treat was seeing the dog tails wagging and a garden lunch waiting to be picked.» Read the full story →