If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I got hit with large amounts of peppers (hot ones) over the weekend. Serranos, jalapeños, poblanos, and habaneros all had to be dealt with immediately. Quick breakdown of what I put up below: Fermented Jalapeños – Ya’ll… I am fermenting everything thanks to The Hip Girl’s Guide to the Kitchen. Picture above is what I started with. Charred Habanero Sauce – Used this recipe as a base with […]
Not sure how we landed on Friday AM so suddenly, but here it is nonetheless. Have CSA to stash away this weekend and what may be my last bulk order of tomatoes. What are you up to?
I promised to check back in with some progress and here she goes. My first jar of fermented dill pickles smells divine, and is absolutely beautiful. All signs point to this being a fermenting household moving forward. Will have to figure out fridge space for this new pickle direction ASAP.
Okra, poblanos, jalapeños, green tomatoes, red cabbage, beets, carrots, onions, zucchini, slicing cucumbers, pickling cucumbers, and eggplant.
There are always at least a couple of weeks during the summer growing season that completely overwhelm me. I am smack dab in the middle of it right now. Wish me luck!
Bursting with summer it was today… said Yoda. We have leeks, beets, parsley, green beans(!!) serranos, greenish tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, red onions, red cabbage, kale, fennel, and cucumbers!
I’ve been warming up to the #tomatolandia sprint that is coming up at month’s end with small batches of fruit preserves. Made a beautiful batch of loquat jam today and am moving on to dewberries next. Have you started putting up spring produce?
Still have lots of leafy green things! First week of May looks like… kale, mixed greens, romaine, spinach, carrots, broccoli, beets, spring onions (red), radishes, cilantro, kohlrabi, leeks.
Roasting tomatoes. Caramelizing onions. Baking her favorite mac-n-cheese.