How did you spend your labor day? Picnicking? Watching a parade? Visiting family and friends? harvesting amaranth seeds photo by lsimon Next year you could harvest amaranth seeds. I have been posting how much I enjoy this plant. And how productive it is. We have harvested the leaves, and cooked them as greens. Early in […]
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nectarine-red-plum-cornmeal-upside-down-cake photo by vsimon There are not a lot of choices for food related words that start with the letter U. Utensil works, but upside down cake is more satisfying. Today we stray from the classic pineapple and use stone fruits that are in season. Nectarine and Red Plum Cornmeal Upside Down Cake fits the […]
Pronounced keen-wa. It is a pseudocereal, which means the seeds are used like cereal grains, but the plant is not a true grass. You might not expect this, but quinoa is related to beets and spinach. Whole seeds, flakes and flour are eaten here. In some parts of the world, the greens are eaten also. […]