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Sorrel Raisin Chutney

Ingredients: 2 Cups Sorrell, washed well and rough chopped ¼ Cup Raisins, chopped ½ Cup Water 2 TBS Brown sugar Cayenne pepper and sea salt to taste Method: Combine everything in a sauce pan, simmer over medium/low heat, stirring frequently. … Continue reading

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Things Happening in the Garden Today

This is just a bit of an end of spring miscellaneous post, mostly and excuse to share some pretty pictures of what is going on right now in the garden. My thyme just broke out into flower, I wasn’t diligent … Continue reading

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A Lettuce Less Salad Garden

I am giving up growing lettuce. When I first started my food garden I somehow felt obligated to grow lettuce. I looked at so many enticing pictures of small gardens packed with lush, decorative, colourful lettuces it somehow seemed mandatory. … Continue reading

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My Food Garden Today-Spring Planting is Underway

My very bare garden waiting for everything to start growing My growing space is so bare! I have spent the last month cleaning up, turning under, reorganizing, reprioritizing, and trying to learn from last year’s mistakes. I have made a … Continue reading

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Yogurt Cesar Salad Dressing and My First Perennial Salad of the Year

Finally I am eating my first home grown salad! Perennial sorrel and arugula to be exact, they lasted in my garden (without protection or cloches) until November last year and are back ready to harvest again. At my house we … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Plant for Spring-In Theory

After a simply splendid clear sunny weekend I couldn’t wait to get some seeds in the ground, then, most unexpectedly we got snowed on again! Everything was just starting to come to life in the garden and as I planted … Continue reading

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Fall Salad Rolls with Sugar Pickled Jerusalem Artichoke

  This seems out of season but looking around the garden I had everything right there to make some great salad rolls.  The Sugar pickled Jerusalem Artichokes add an unusual crunch, and the sorrel blends in perfectly. I personally like … Continue reading

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