We are having a heat wave in Seattle. It’s unlike any June I’ve ever lived through. We have a joke “Jun-uary” because June is usually cold like January. We also have a saying that summer starts on July 5th, because it often rains the weekend of the 4th. This year it’s different.
Nasturtiums are an edible trailing flower in vibrant colors of yellow, orange, and red. They grow and re-seed very well in my front yard garden, so I’ve had… Read More »
“Do I see bacon? If so, you should include that in the title; bacon sells everything.”—a loyal fan/one of my best friends. I harvested all of the kale… Read More »
Well, it’s time to use up my frozen veggies from last year’s garden because this Winter was warm and short and our garden is starting to give us… Read More »
This was an experiment last summer that ended up being our family favorite and a great discovery. Dill pickled yellow summer squash is amazing! So tasty and has… Read More »
This is a simple zucchini recipe. My mom made it for us last month and I loved it. I don’t know where the recipe originates from. But if… Read More »
The rule with garlic is this: plant it on October 15th and Harvest it July 15th. My Dad taught me that and he follows it yearly and his garlic… Read More »
This recipe was given to me by my mom. She fed it to my family once last summer and we loved it! It’s a great way to use… Read More »
Well as the saying goes, “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” How about when life gives you strange mutated squash? Make PICKLES! :) I have been gardening… Read More »
Move over lettuce, you are no longer the star of the show!