Fermentation Just Got Easier with Pickle Pipe Airlocks

Fermentation Just Got Easier with Pickle Pipe AirlocksCalling All Fermenters

With these new Pickle Pipes, daily burping is a thing of the past. Pickle Pipes are a silicone lid with a “pipe” on top that acts as a valve. Just like the more complex airlocks, Pickle Pipes allow the pressure and gasses that build up during fermentation to escape Continue reading

Summer Squash Ribbons with Pesto – Dinner in 15 Minutes

Summer Squash Ribbons with Pesto – Dinner in 15 Minutes Summer Squash Ribbons When You’re Awash in Summer Squash

Every August finds markets and gardens awash (as in saturated) with summer squash. Whether it’s too hot to cook or too little time, let summer squash ribbons come to the rescue. With a jar of pesto in your fridge, easily made and fun to eat Summer Squash Ribbons with Pesto are ready to serve in just 15 minutes. Continue reading

Crustless Southern Tomato Pie Celebrates Summer Tomatoes

Crustless Southern Tomato Pie Celebrates Summer Tomatoes Crustless Southern Tomato Pie – Tomatoes at Their Best

Summer’s sun-ripened tomatoes are here. And other than eating them warmed from the sun and straight off the vine, I’ve found the most delicious use for them. I’ve never tasted tomatoes this sweet and luscious.This incredibly delicious Crustless Southern Tomato Pie celebrates the essence Continue reading

Naturally Fermented Kohlrabi Carrot Pickles ♪♫• Kohlrabi, Oh Oh ♪♫•

Naturally Fermented Kohlrabi Carrot Pickles Naturally Fermented Kohlrabi Carrot Pickles – Crisp and Bright

After brining with spices and water and left to ferment for 4-5 five days, you’ll have probiotic-rich and flavorful, naturally fermented Kohlrabi Carrot Pickles. These crisp and bright-tasting pickles add a welcome crunch when tossed into salads, layered in sandwiches, Continue reading

Scallions from Scallions – Gardening Without Seeds

Scallions from Scallions – Gardening Without Seeds Scallions from Scallions . . . Step by Step

Anyone can do it. Anyone can grow scallions from scallions, aka green onions. No need for seeds. What a concept. I’d heard about doing this and was definitely intrigued. I finally tried it a few months ago after a friend growing garlic from garlic and scallions from Continue reading

Garden Vegetable Minestrone Soup Topped with Pesto

Garden Vegetable Minestrone – Colorful, Thick and Satisfying

I know, it’s odd to feature a recipe for soup when it’s so hot outside. But soup’s what I’d been cooking before the weather turned hot. And, fortunately, it will cool down again. And then you’ll be glad to have this tasty and satisfying Garden Vegetable Minestrone in your recipe collection. Continue reading

Tarte Soleil – Puff Pastry Sun Tart

Tarte Soleil – Puff Pastry Sun TartTarte Soleil with Sundried Tomato Tapenade & Pesto –
Gorgeous, Delicious and Fun to Eat

It’s been at least 6 months since I first saw a picture of a very impressive Tarte Soleil (sun tart). So gorgeous I wanted to make one. After waiting and waiting for the perfect event, I could wait no longer. Last week I offered to bring a Tarte Soleil to dinner with friends that I knew Continue reading