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Wordless Wednesday: July
July in my garden.The post Wordless Wednesday: July appeared first on Leaf + Grain.
Posted: 7/24/2013 9:00 AM
Favorite cultivating tools
My BFFs in the garden.The post Favorite cultivating tools appeared first on Leaf + Grain.
Posted: 7/15/2013 11:28 AM
Tomato and burrata tartine
The season's first heirloom tomato, chopped, atop crazy-wonderful burrata smeared on fresh, toasted bread, and sprinkled with fresh basil.The post Tomato and burrata tartine appeared first on Leaf + Grain.
Posted: 7/9/2013 10:53 PM
Cooling cucumber watermelon yogurt salad
Beat the summer heat with this cooling, healthy chopped vegetable salad, made extra special with sweet watermelon and a dill yogurt dressing.
Posted: 7/7/2013 3:00 PM
Watermelon mint margarita
One of my favorite non-traditional margaritas: watermelon, cucumbers, and mint make for a very light and refreshing version.
Posted: 7/2/2013 12:00 PM
Are farmers’ markets pricing themselves out of the middle class?
I experienced some sticker shock at the farmers' market recently. Will fresh, local, organic food soon be affordable to only the wealthy?
Posted: 6/30/2013 3:47 PM
To-do list
The to-do list for July. A gardener's summer work is never done. Thank goodness.
Posted: 6/26/2013 10:31 AM
Summer solstice pesto
Fragrant and vegetal (and decidedly healthy), late spring kale and early summer herbs do a delicious pesto handshake on the longest day of the year.
Posted: 6/24/2013 9:37 AM
Kimchi Scramble
Kimchi Scramble- a super-quick, no-recipe recipe, featuring savory, piquant kimchi (a current obsession), health-darling kale, and scrambled eggs.
Posted: 6/17/2013 10:14 AM
DIY rosewater toner
Heavenly scented rosewater is a delightful, healthy tonic for your skin, and is easily made at home.
Posted: 6/13/2013 10:09 AM
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I cook. I like soup. A lot. And I bake. Bread, with a soft, nutty wheat crumb inside and a crunchy crust outside. My fave. When I’m not in the kitchen, coated in a sheath of flour, I’m in the garden (usually still coated in flour, only with muddy knees). I grow heirloom tomatoes and herbs. Fruits and vegetables of all kinds, really. Plus the occasional flower. The things in my garden often find their way into my food, sometimes when you least expect it. Thought I’d mention that upfront. I love grains. If I had the land, I would grow wheat and spend the Indian days of summer walking through the fields, brushing my hands over the tops of the stalks. And then I’d mill the wheatberries into flour and bake more bread. It’s a dream I have.

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