Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2012«

Updates from the Learning Garden

July 21, 2012


I think it’s safe to say that we have reached the midpoint in our growing season here in Greater Boston. The fields and beds are filled and crop by crop, we are beginning to harvest what was started months ago. But the journey hasn’t been easy-breezy, and the fight for a victorious harvest is not […]

Napa Cabbage Salad with Tuk Trey Dressing

July 16, 2012


Well, the moisture that hovered over 02451 on the radar last night never really turned into rain, just a few droplets here and there. Temperatures have been hanging in the upper 80’s and low 90’s the past several days and are expected to remain there until the end of the week. With little motivation to […]

Blueberry Jam

July 14, 2012


Hot damn! It’s the middle of July and I can’t seem to figure out where all the time went. With this year’s wacky weather, most crops in New England are a solid week to two weeks ahead of their normal harvest schedule. Despite this (kind of) unexpected shift in availability and my ever-changing agenda, I […]

Oat & Nut Butter Bars

July 10, 2012


I’ve always been a breakfast person. Whether it’s a bowl of oatmeal, eggs and bacon, or the occasional decadent French pastry, I’m usually down. But lately my morning appetite (not hunger… and there is indeed a difference) has been lacking, which can lead me to skip my first meal, which is no good. Needing all […]