Food
C.L. Fornari is a speaker, writer, radio talk show host and gardening consultant
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Food

There are times when the garden produces a little of this and a little of that. In the fall, I pick about a cup or two of small sprouts (tiny heads) off the broccoli plants every other day. The Maxibelle green beans are still producing a...

Even as the gardening season moves toward a killing frost there can be a bounty of vegetables to harvest. Today I went into the garden to ask "What's for dinner?" and here is just part of what I found. [caption id="attachment_18505" align="aligncenter" width="660"] Today I harvested Costata Romanesco...

AKA: What to do with leftover sweet potatoes or yams. I had some garnet yams left over last week, so I decided to make them into cakes. These were so successful that I will go out of my way to prepare them again! [caption id="attachment_18465" align="aligncenter" width="660"]...

It is late September and I'm still harvesting the freshest, most tasty food on earth. But at this time of year there is less of it. A small summer squash or two instead of ten to twelve. Side shoots of broccoli instead of several large...

"My broccoli only produces small heads!" many of my radio callers say. "What's wrong?"  New gardeners also ask about their broccoli producing lots of yellow flowers but nothing else. "How do I get my broccoli to make big bunches of broccoli?" they ask. Here's the thing about...

Got garden carrots? Roast and freeze them! [caption id="attachment_18316" align="aligncenter" width="660"] When carrots are ready to harvest we can't always eat them when they're fresh. Wash them well, no need to peel, and slice them into pieces for roasting.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_18315" align="aligncenter" width="660"] When I was slicing...

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