Category Archives: dried beans

October Harvests

Harvest have slowed down this month as the garden is mostly cleaned up for the year. I shelled by dry beans and put them in jars. This basketful is the last of the tomatillos before the frost. We’re enjoying leeks … Continue reading

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2011 Garden Reflections: Peas, Beans & Corn

As I look back on this second year in this garden, some of last year’s successes were repeated, others were not. Some of last year’s failures were corrected, others were not. Here are part of my reflections. Previous posts were … Continue reading

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Huevos Rancheros

This week I wanted to make an easy dinner that didn’t make leftovers. An email came in from Eating Well, and I saw a recipe for Huevos Rancheros Verdes. I read the recipe and took the general technique but made … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 10/17/11

This week’s harvest brought some lasts and firsts. The last of the apples, 5 lbs. The first of the brussels sprouts (and an egg & last of dried beans). The first of the saffron. These red stamens come from a … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday 9/12/11

Here are this week’s harvests. Monday: a very odd carrot. This is the first carrot I’ve pulled and it went into a fresh tomato soup. Tuesday: Chard and tomatoes for a quiche Wednesday I made pickles and relish so I … Continue reading

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