Home gardening is essential to healthy and delicious cooking. There is nothing quite like a fresh heirloom tomato, purple carrot, or crisp cucumber straight out of your own garden. Nor is there anything quite like the peace and balance you get from sticking your hands in good earth and then watching a seed turn into a plant, and that plant then give you fresh gourmet deliciousness. Follow my gourmet garden through planting, growing, and harvest. I will share tips, tactics, and basic gourmet concepts for growing and storing amazing vegetables, along with links for recipes to showcase them.
I love home canned salsa, especially when made from fresh garden tomatoes and peppers out of my garden. But I’ve […]
It’s the end of the garden season and your pepper plants are loaded with mature and young peppers. You quickly […]
Few things excite me like a fresh, home-grown, vine-ripened sweet acidic tomato. Put a bunch in a bowl, and I […]
Oh my gosh! This is probably the funnest and coolest thing I’ve ever grown in my garden. Chinese Long Beans, […]
I love summer and the delicious garden bounty that it brings. A week ago I had some friends over for […]
I harvested my garlic yesterday, about 2 or 3 weeks late. But that’s the nice thing about garlic, it’s not […]
No gourmet garden is complete without a row or two of garlic. Easy to grow, and full of essential flavors, […]
What a wonderful time of year this is with such busy botany excitement going on. Flowers for beauty and blossoms […]
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