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This is how we spent many of our days in late winter and early spring this year.
Chickweed appears in the weed section of garden guides and government publications. It is often one of the first plants that gardeners attempt to drive out of their garden. But wait! Don’t toss that chickweed on the weed pile. Rather … Continue reading
After a long, snowy, Canadian, winter it is early April and I have a report on how our temporary root cellar worked out…. FANTASTIC! We constructed our temporary root cellar in the drainage ditch of our unfinished, permanent, root cellar. … Continue reading
I like to make this hardy soup for lunch after working outside during these cold, early, spring, days. Only the hardiest plants like kale and leeks have survived in the garden over the winter and they taste strong and sweet. … Continue reading
I started off to make this soup without the kale but on way to dig the leeks out of the garden I couldn’t resist the green temptation of my over-wintered kale. It is soooo sweet and so full of life … Continue reading
½ litre (2 cups) sliced mushrooms ½ litre (2 cups) sliced cabbage 4 medium cloves garlic chopped ½ litre (2 cups) root vegetables Water 60 ml (4 Tbls) oil 5 ml (1 tsp) salt 5ml (1 tsp)Italian Spices or Herbes … Continue reading