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Cool-weather cabbage – perfect for early spring!

Cabbage has always been a cold weather, comfort-food vegetable. Besides soup, one of our family’s favorite brisk winter night meals is Golabki (pronounced golumpki), a Polish dish made by my mother-in-law. Cabbage leaves are rolled around a meat and pork mixture, then baked while covered with a thin, sweet tomato sauce. My kids and husband […]

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Boston and Beyond! Growing Bib and Salad Lettuce.

An obsession with Boston heads of lettuce was sadly diminishing my weekly grocery budget. I first had a taste of the sweet cupped leaves while visiting a family friend in Northern Michigan, and once home I immediately searched for it in stores and ate it, weekly, going through at least three heads and making it […]

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All about…Broccoli

True story- last December I harvested broccoli, in the snow, for Christmas Eve dinner. It was my second year of broccoli, and I had a lovely, protected area for my vegetable garden, tucked into a corner next to the house. Broccoli loved the sandy soil and took over, seeding itself until I could barely tell […]

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All About Beets!

It’s no secret that we love beets in our house. And it’s not just the root- we love the whole beet plant, from root to leaf, and because we use so many beets, I’m thankful that we can get two crops a year. We juice beet roots and beet leaves, sauté the beet greens to […]

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