Daikon radishes are a variety best suited for fall planting and harvest. Winter radish varieties mature more slowly and are harvested at considerably larger size. The Daikon is often mistaken for a white carrot due in part to its large size and long, tapered shape. Once they reach maturity, they maintain high quality for a fairly long time in the garden. Daikon or Chinese radish, can achieve particularly large size and still maintain excellent quality. Winter radishes can be pulled before the ground freezes and stored in moist cold storage for up to several months. Continue reading
2 cloves garlic
2 T olive oil
1/4 C white wine
1/2 C chicken broth or water
8 strips of roasted red pepper
salt, hot sauce to taste
Sweet potatoes are incredibly versatile. Turn them into fries, a delicious take on a traditional au gratin, or simply bake and stuff with anything your heart desires. As the weather has turned colder though, my eyes are set on chili. What better way to celebrate the sweet potato than with this hearty vegan comfort dish with a hint of curry powder and a touch of agave nectar.
Jocelyn Cook delivers again with a beautiful, simple recipe to preserve and store pears and apples for those long winter nights. The best part? The slow cooker does most of the work. I cannot wait to get my hands on a piece of fresh baked gluten free bread slathered with this tasty goodness!
Our long-time members are well versed in roasted kohlrabi, kohlrabi fries, and even kohlrabi chips. Putting kohlrabi in the oven in any form, tossed with a little olive oil and salt, always produces a delicious result. Ready to stretch your kohlrabi repertoire? Try this German style kohlrabi. It’s a simple, old fashioned, creamy take on kohlrabi. Continue reading