Harvesting Sweet Potatoes
I planted sweet potatoes for the first time ever this year. Put them directly into the ground … which I don’t do with many of my edibles, since the Florida dirt is so sandy where I live. But I read that sweet potatoes thrive in poor soil and don’t need fertilizer. So I planted them (I did mix a bit of my chicken poop compost into the dirt first), mulched them, watered them lightly approximately every other day (unless it rained, which it does a lot this time of year here), and that’s it.
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To Carb Or Not To Carb?
There’s nothing like the smell of freshly baked, homemade bread. And for me, there’s nothing like the pleasure of making it by hand … no machine (except the oven) … just me, my son and some delicious, fresh ingredients.
Courtesy of “The Republican”
I think there are some foods I just would not be happy giving up. Continue reading →
Don’t you just love the colors of this breakfast? Continue reading →
Get Your Grill On:
Fast, Fresh Turkey Burgers
Just in time for the 4th of July celebration, here’s my infamous Turkey Burger recipe.
I should probably call them Poultry Burgers, because they are half ground turkey, half ground chicken. The chicken does something to the flavor that’s spectacular, along with the parmesan cheese and fresh herbs. Continue reading →
Tinkering with Tartar Sauce
Today I stopped by the grocery store to pick up a bottle of tartar sauce. Is everyone remembering to read nutritional labels on EVERYTHING?
I couldn’t believe how many ingredients were in a simple condiment like this: Continue reading →