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My son has a multitude of phrases that he will use rather than curse. I appreciate this, really, because at times I have the mouth of a truck driver and our relationship is such that I can say, “I know … Continue reading
Welcome to my very first “Field to Feast” post! I hope you will enjoy the recipes and photos that Amy Roth of Minimally Invasive and I (Kasha Bialas of The FarmGirl Cooks) have in store for you this season. Our … Continue reading
I was washing up bunches of parsley for our 3 markets last week and the smell caught me right there. You know the place. That place in your nose where the aroma hits you so deeply that it triggers your … Continue reading
He was two-timing the tomatoes with <gasp> ROASTED PEPPERS! Yeah, I know, I KNOW! Vine-ripened tomatoes, fresh mozzarella and basil compose the quintessential summer salad. But sometimes a girl gets a little tired of tomatoes. Lest lightning strike me dead … Continue reading
I would imagine that seeing, touching, and smelling this garlic would inspire culinary greatness in most people. I looked at the garlic sitting in my father’s work-worn hand and immediately thought garlic bread! I’m not saying it hasn’t been… but in theory, … Continue reading
Can I just say that Tuscan kale (Toscano, Dinosaur Kale, Lacinato, Cavolo Nero) is delicious? I must. And you must try it. Tuscan Kale with Potatoes and Pasta is one of Thomas’ favorite dinners, and Kale Chips are turning into … Continue reading
So you saw how asparagus grows in one of my previous posts. What you DIDN’T see was the look on The Boy’s face when he tasted a piece of said veggie. I’m just not quick enough to capture some of … Continue reading
Every day when The Boy comes home from school I go through the contents of his backpack and homework folder. He has some kind of reading, math and spelling homework Monday through Thursday nights. Last night, in cleaning out his … Continue reading
This was my snack the other day. These lovely sungold cherry tomatoes were like a burst of sweet sunshine and eating them almost made me forget just what a freakin’ mess it is out in the fields. We have … Continue reading