All posts filed under: Vegetarian

Baleful Bounty – Curry Glazed Carrots

Baby . Chantenay . Carrots You remember earlier in the season when I told you about my fantastic brainstorm to create these stunningly amazing growing baskets out of chicken wire, burlap, weed block and my 4-in-1 dirt (1 part hay mulch, 1 part sand, 1 […]


Baleful Bounty ~ Sauce Rustica

With Summer in full swing, the garden should be producing to beat the drum. However, after the issues I had earlier in the season, I’ve played it safe on the tomatoes; I only planted one plant of a single variety ( Mountain Pride). And, since […]


Six, the Easy Way ~ Vegetable Tamales

Mexican Restaurants – Whether it’s the strength of the margaritas, the freshness of their chips, the scoville scale of their salsa, or just how “authentic” it all is; everyone has their own way of judging a good one. Me? I look at two things. 1). Chili Rellenos : […]


Talkin’ Swede (Part 2) – Get in my Belly

Feasting on Neeps… We’ll dispense with all that background stuff from earlier and just get to the goods today. (Head back THIS WAY if you didnt read PART 1) And, while there are a lot of tasty, ingenious ways to prepare swede out there on […]

Curb Market Crawl – Carnival Squash

Normally, I’d be fairly excited about a new vegetative selection in the depths of non-fresh produce season. And stopping in at the Tomato House just outside Cleveland usually puts me in a better than decent mood when they have something new. However, I just can’t […]

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Rat Tat Tooie!

Normally, if someone says “Vegetable Stew”, my color palls, I get the shakes..and immediately lose my appetite. It’s not that I have some odd aversion to vegetables, far from it, it’s just the particular dish that is resident deep in my psyche that causes me […]


Snowed In

Back in January 1973, Atlanta had one of the worst snow / ice storms in modern history. First, it began to rain, then sleet..and finally snow. Over the course of the next five days, the temps raised and lowered slightly, alternately layering the already frozen […]


Snow Day and the Winter Squash

I remember when I was a kid… And on the news, those venerable, gray-haired weather men would swear that we would awake to a White Christmas. It never happened. Christmas in Georgia is almost always – a rainy 47 degrees…. you can count on it. […]

Curb Market Crawl – White Eggplant

The nice thing about living in a rural area is there is always people selling “stuff” on the side of the road. We have an ample supply of curb markets, farm stands, egg sellers and jam hawkers.. We even have a woman up the road […]