Cool Cabbage, Carrots & Kale

Cool season crops such as cabbage, kale, cauliflower, broccoli and root crops like carrots, beets and parsnips have taken over my refrigerator. Gone are the heat loving cucumbers, peppers and tomatoes that I used to whirl into feta sprinkled greek … Continue reading

Tomato Soup from the Sill

It’s November 10, but we still have our garden tomatoes ripening on the kitchen window sill. They are a bright reminder of our recent summer, especially during drab, damp fall days. I check the tomatoes often for firmness, taking one or two for our daily salads or sandwiches. … Continue reading

Picket fence with wooden slats,

Orange pumpkins and black cats, Spider webs and flying bats, Witches brew in steaming vats, Scarecrows wearing crazy hats, Every Halloween is just like that! For me, Halloween marks the end of our fall harvest season. The month of October has been full … Continue reading