THE DIRT: THE REAL DIRT ON GARDENING FROM A MASTER GARDENER IN MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA More veggies!
What a weekend it was! Because of the threat of frost, our CSA, Bluebird Gardens, had a FREE pick of tomatoes, sweet corn, and peppers. Do you think we could resist? (If your answer is "Not in a milli... Posted on 9/17/12 at 10:19 AM
STAFF BLOG EVERYDAY GOURMET Pulled Pork Enchiladas with Green Chile Enchilada Sauce
If you read myprevious post, I mentioned that one of my reasons for loving that recipe was that it lent itself to so many other uses in the kitchen. Here is one of my favorite "encore" recipes. I love... Posted on 9/11/12 at 10:56 PM
MODERN-DAY JANE Salsa Super-Hero
Somehow, someway, my mom convinced me that I should make salsa. (I may have expressed some interest, I guess.) She was so confident that I could handle this job on my own, with no assistance, that she... Posted on 9/10/12 at 9:17 PM
CHEF JEFF Fresh Tomato Salsa
School is just around the corner and for a lot of people, that means this is the busiest time of the year with all that getting kids ready entails. And it's especially true if you have a garden, since... Posted on 8/18/12 at 10:01 AM
SHOOTIN' THE WIT Spicing up my life
Nothing beats trying something new. Leaving your comfort zone. Experiencing that irreplaceable first time thrill.
Without much effort, a person can come up with new ideas leading to some first time e... Posted on 8/26/10 at 12:09 PM
August can be a busy month with school starting and gardens bursting with ripe vegetables, so Herald Food Editor Jeff Tiedeman offers up a fresh tomato salsa recipe that takes both of those into consideration.
Have you ever wondered why vegetables and fruit are called produce? The warm weather that we’ve been experiencing — as well as some timely rains — has been a real boon to our garden. Some days, I can almost see the vegetables grow right before my eyes.
Our unseasonably nice weather this spring has a lot of the people chomping at the bit. Some have already sown a few vegetables such as potatoes and peas, which typically are the first of the season. You can grow most of the ingredients for salsa in your own garden.
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