There is a reason that we live in Western New York, and that is there is a change of seasons. We hear the complaints about how awful winter is here, but what is horrible is having the same weather all the time. A change of season is good. This year, we deemed the summer the … Read More Savor Fall with Fish House Punch
During the season, Bruce and I go less and less to the local grocery stores and focus most of our shopping in our own garden or the great farmer’s markets around us. We live smack in the middle of three such markets, Anderson’s Produce, Carlberg Farmstand and Peterson’s. Anderson’s last week had Brussels sprouts on … Read More Roasted Brussels Sprouts on the Stalk
On a whim, I picked up a basket shopping this spring that had potatoes, garlic and horseradish for growing. I tried my hand of growing these guys in fabric grow baskets. I still need to harvest everything but I did harvest the purple potatoes. There were pros and cons. Pro, super easy to harvest with … Read More Purple Potato Salad
In the midst of Western New York apple season, you can find apples strewn on the ground and in the trees. Bees and wasps circle the apples with their last ditch effort to enjoy a taste of sugar before the frost hits. Last week, Bruce and I grabbed a market bag and walked down to … Read More Fireball Applesauce
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