Monthly Archives: November 2010

Edible Flowers For Cakes

Its freezing outside literally! Seems like an appropriate time to stay inside and bake a cake, well brownies to be exact. On the first day of snow I ran out the garden to collect the last remaining  snow pea and … Continue reading

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The Garden Today

This is the scene from my living room window today, it’s a full blown snow storm! I am not really what you would call a snow person, I do love that we have 4 seasons, I just prefer the other … Continue reading

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The Snow Garden

I guess that’s it I missed my chance, the snow is here and it seemed to have showed up particularly early this year. I don’t have anything cloched except a few spinach seedling, I was planning to get out and … Continue reading

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Snow Pea Leaf Soup with Ginger Mint and Roasted Garlic

The powdery mildew is claiming more and more of my snow pea plants daily and they just narrowly made it through our first snow fall last night! What I can’t use this weekend I am going to experiment with freezing. … Continue reading

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Snow Pea Leaf and Chickpea Salad Sandwich with Soaked Cashew Red Curry Dressing

This is my all time favorite sammie to date! If you are not a sandwich person It’s also really nice to increase the pea leaves, skip the toast and serve as just a salad. If you don’t have fresh pea … Continue reading

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Cooking Snow Pea Leaves…Continued

This a follow up post for my October 4th “Cooking Snow Pea Leaves” I did do an experimentally late planting of snow peas just under 6 weeks ago, I intended to harvest leaves but they didn’t really take off as … Continue reading

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The Strawberry Lawn

A couple years ago I read somewhere about mixing strawberry plants in to the grass of your lawn, in theory it sounds like a fine idea. Inter planting strawberries all though the lawn almost simulates nature, where wild strawberries interplant … Continue reading

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