Tag Archives: garden produce

Getting the Garden Ready for Winter

We have had an absolutely gorgeous fall here in Atlantic Canada.  Warm temperatures and sunny days  have meant the longest gardening season we have ever had.  I am still harvesting the odd lettuces and spinach, many of the herbs are still growing, and some of the plants (like the celery) have been tricked into sending…

Harvesting Herbs

  I know I haven’t been writing here as much as usual.  Thanks to all of you who have stuck with me through this busy time and still read my posts.  You mean the world to me! We have been extremely blessed this year with an abnormally mild fall.  Usually by this time my garden…

Flavours of Fall

Fall has arrived in earnest with it’s cooler temperatures, frosty mornings, and crunchy leaves.  The kind of weather that makes you want to spend the day in the kitchen making toasty warm things. And what better things to cook on a cool fall day than squash and cranberries?  I have an abundance of squash from…

Bruschetta Stuffed Zucchini

I love bruschetta.  I have made it myself and eaten it in many restaurants but my father definitely makes it best.  Chopped tomatoes, onions, garlic and olive oil, marinated for several hours to let the flavours blend, slightly warmed and served on perfectly toasted bread.  Yum.  It’s never quite as good when I make it, but…

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