It’s time to wrap up another Salsa Week with one last garden-fresh recipe. This one is crispy, crunchy, and fresh – absolutely perfectly suited to go along side a bowl of salty tortilla chips. As we like to say, our
Speaking of blossoms, the apple tree was absolutely beautiful this past weekend! The tree was loaded with fragrant blossoms, as well as a good number of bees and birds, who have hopefully paved the way for another great Haralson crop
Who would have ever thought that the first few days of May would be filled with the drip-drop of eight and a half inches of snow melting?
Happy Independence Day! Mike and I have settled in for a very quiet end to a very busy, very hot, very fun day. We spent the first half of this record-breaking, 101 degree day walking in a parade, and then spent
As the really hard frost set in this fall, we still had way more apples than we were able to use or give away, so a good number of them remained on the tree for the birds and squirrels (as
Okay, this may be a bit of a stretch for my summer garden recipe project as the only produce from my garden (the last of the yellow onions) has only a supporting role, but we’re going to go with it
The apple tree in our back yard (we’re pretty sure it’s a Haralson) is positively loaded this year after taking last year off to rest (my dad tells me there are things we can do to even out the all
Fennel was sort of an impulse addition to my garden this year. As I was flipping through the Burpee’s catalog, I thought, hey, that might be fun to try. Next thing you know, I found a way to fit it in (and