Tag: easy recipes

Savor the Harvest!

Savor the Harvest!

| September 29, 2019 | Reply

In a recent video, “Savor the Harvest,” I taste test my two fig varieties, plum liqueur, a hot chili from Sicily, harvest calyxes from roselle hibiscus and much more. It is a video I hope you will watch, like and share. I share this newspaper clipping of my mother, who is going downhill fast. Her […]

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Nothing Better than Cooking from the Garden

Nothing Better than Cooking from the Garden

| August 7, 2019 | Reply

There’s nothing better than cooking from the garden! Several of my subscribers asked for more cooking videos, and, because I had the biggest plum harvest in 25 years, I delivered! Please watch my recent plum cooking videos as well as a guest, Lynne Dunlap, cooking lemon curd in my kitchen! Recent travel included attending the […]

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Sweet Potato Leek Cream Soup Recipe

Sweet Potato Leek Cream Soup Recipe

| January 6, 2017 | Reply

Here’s my Sweet Potato Leek Cream Soup Recipe! This soup is embarrassingly simple and sweetly delicious. I had ordered purple flesh sweet potatoes from my farm box, and leeks. I’ve made this potato leek soup for 20 years or more, but had never tried it with sweet potatoes. I’m currently out of my homegrown potatoes, so I […]

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Kabocha Squash Recipes

Kabocha Squash Recipes

| December 8, 2015 | 4 Replies

Kabocha Squash Recipes from Growing Winter Squash, Part 2. My kabocha squash bread recipe is similar to how I make banana bread. Kabocha is also called Japanese pumpkin, so it’s good for lots of recipes, from tempura to bread to pie. Kaye’s Kabocha Squash Bread ~ Ingredients ~ 2 c. cooked kabocha squash 2 tbl. […]

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Southern Fried Okra, SoCal Style!

Southern Fried Okra, SoCal Style!

| August 8, 2014 | Reply

Southern Fried Okra, SoCal Style! I planted okra seed in May, but it got overshadowed by squash leaves, so I bought nursery plants in late June and just yesterday harvested a handful of okra. Growing up in the South, we always had fresh-frozen okra in the freezer from my grandmother’s garden in Alabama. Mother would fry […]

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