Today I received my very first tray of beautiful, locally sourced and grown Yuzu. This is my first time being acquainted with the fresh fruit. All my past experiences with Yuzu were with the dried peel, dehydrated tea powder and bottles of syrup. I think it goes without saying that the fresh fruit really beats […]Read more "Tray of sunshine"
Whenever I talk to someone about gardening and ask about what they grow, more often than not they grow tomatoes. Again, more often than not, they will most likely say that its so much better than the ones you buy in the store or #ohmygoshyouhaven’ttriedatomatoifyouhaven’ttriedhomegrown. For me personally, I don’t quite like raw tomatoes. There’s something […]Read more "Garden Tomatoes"
This is the first harvest of kale from our garden this year. To the left is a variety called ‘Drawf Blue’ and to the right is ‘Black Toscana’. I didn’t take many leaves off the parent plants because I want them to keep growing strong – and Spring has only really just begun. This lot however is just […]Read more "First Spring Kale Harvest"
I hope I didn’t take these out of the ground too early – but I needed the garden space for other crops. They look like a good size though for something that I sort of neglected over the past few months… Now all I need to do is let them dry out for later use.Read more "Garlic"
I don’t believe in magic – but when I look at the Then and Now photos of my Zucchini plants – I really feel like something magical has taken place. Nature is truly amazing. It’s always been a provider – and a generous one at that. Look at them – it still amazes me that […]Read more "Zucchini – Then and Now"