by Renee Pottle | Jun 14, 2021 | breads, Recipes From the Garden
It’s that time of year again – zucchini season. I have been following the Mediterranean example and using zucchini in everything; zucchini pie, stuffed zucchini, zucchini pickles, even zucchini brownies. But still, the zucchini keeps coming.
by Renee Pottle | May 13, 2020 | Basics, Recipes From the Garden
There are other food enhancers out there, like herbs and spices, that will take your red sauce or steak from flat to fantastic with just a few sprinkles – and won’t leave you bloated from too much salt.
by Renee Pottle | Nov 18, 2019 | Basics, Recipes From the Garden
- Preparing hard winter squash can be downright dangerous if you are attacking it with a sharp knife! There are some easy ways to avoid a trip to the emergency room though.
- Squashes, one of the few native American foods, are worth the extra effort. Not only are they tasty, all parts are useful and nutritious too.
- Winter squash can be prepared hundreds of ways; everything from stuffed to pickled and savory to sweet.
by Renee Pottle | Sep 6, 2019 | Ice Cream and Candy, Instagram, Recipes From the GardenSo now our cordials have been bathed in Kirsch: How to Make Spiked Cherry Cordials – Soak in Kirsch And enrobed in fondant: How to Make Spiked Cherry Cordials – Make the Fondant It’s time for the final step, dipping in chocolate. I recommend using a...
by Renee Pottle | Sep 6, 2019 | Ice Cream and Candy, Recipes From the Garden, UncategorizedIf you love chocolate, and cherries, this is the perfect recipe for your next event. The first step when making cherry cordials is to soak the cherries in cherry brandy. You can find the directions at my previous post – How to Make Spiked Cherry Cordials –...
by Renee Pottle | Sep 6, 2019 | Ice Cream and Candy, Recipes From the GardenIn July I received some beautiful sweet cherries, courtesy of Northwest Cherry Growers and my appointment as a Canbassador. I candied some for holiday fruitcakes, and made some luscious cherry berry butter. But I also was inspired by an Instagram post to try my hand...