This was my first year growing Delicata squash. It reminds me of a striped zucchini with a hard shell. I am in love with this squash since it is easy to grow and easier to cook. Here’s the scoop about why Delicata squash should be on your table. I call it the new butternut!
With a yearly expanding garden and a new herbal product business, I just don’t have time to cook like I use to. Last year, I acquired an Instant Pot electric pressure cooker that has been a game changer for me. What a game changer! I simply plop my food in the container, turn it on […]
I adore lemongrass. Not only is it a beautiful plant that you can easily grow, all the parts of the leaves and the stems are edible. You don’t have to be a gardener to enjoy this lemony aromatic plant. Simply buy lemongrass at your local grocery store or Asian market. So, here is how […]
I seem to be on a kick of how to reuse everything from my garden from leek leaves to raspberry seeds. So, now we move onto corn cobs. Remember, I taught you the easy peazy way to take corn off the cob? Well, what can you do with those cobs? In my case, there were 50 […]
I know it isn’t corn season but everything I harvest somehow ends up in the freezer. As I was purging the freezer, I realized I had over 50 ears of corn stuck in a bunch of different places. How the heck was I going to cut the corn off the cobs to make room in […]
This time is the saddest time of the year when my tomato plants are ready to be pulled or suffer the ravages of the first killing frost. I guess the tomatoes didn’t get the text message to slow down as they continue to flower and create new tomatoes in September. So instead of trying […]
My freezer and I are BFF (best friends forever.) Seriously. She opens her arms and says, “Anna, what do you have for me today?” She knows how much my garden harvest means to me and over the years, has gone that extra, extra mile to delivers delectable thawed vegetables. So, I bet you have a […]
At the end of gardening season, I am sad when I pull my plants since it signifies the end of garden season. Generally most of the plants’ leaves are shriveled at this point–except my pepper plants. My bestie, Karen of Dr.Karen Lee, encouraged me to use my green pepper leaves in her family recipe! Her family […]