Roasted Veggie Harvest and Some Bread

This year I have benefited from an extraordinarily abundant crop of  sweet peppers and carrots which are some of my favorite things from the garden. Roasting veggies are a way of increasing  the richness in taste and  sugar content.  With carrots I start by quartering the larger ones so all of them are about the … Continue reading Roasted Veggie Harvest and Some Bread

Preserve Your Garden Harvest Easily

So many things to do. So little time. One of the best shortcuts I've found over the years for preserving the tomato harvest is  half-roasting or half-drying them. Quick and easy and it makes short work of a massive over-supply of tomatoes in a productive year.  Roasted Tomatoes - LARGE TOMATOES Quarter large tomatoes Place … Continue reading Preserve Your Garden Harvest Easily

Veggies are Ready, Hummus too

  Produce coming in, some powdery mildew on the cucumbers and succession planting is ongoing.  Plus it's time to process peppers and beans for the freezer.  The flowers are at their peak. Summertime unfortunately is winding down. The hardneck garlic has been harvested, dried and trimmed. Next up I'll process some of it with olive … Continue reading Veggies are Ready, Hummus too