Zucchini Gratin

This is a fabulous dish that is surprisingly easy to make. The sweetness of the onions really come through. A favorite in the K household, for sure… Please login to continue reading/viewing this page…

Zucchini Noodle Soup

Grandma’s Zucchini Noodle Soup is simple comfort food at its best. This recipe makes four nice servings of soup. Double the recipe to have some soup to stick in the freezer for later. A really nice option for friends and family who stick to a vegetarian diet. Please login to continue reading/viewing this page…

Zucchini Crostata

A fabulous vegitarian dish that works either as an appetizer, a potluck offering, or a simple dinner with enough for leftovers. The recipe creates a nice quantity of food that freezes well. Please login to continue reading/viewing this page…

Zucchini Bread

When the garden has been blessed with an abundance of everyone’s favorite squash, it’s time to fire up the oven and bake some loaves of light, spice-infused, easy to make zucchini bread. This quick-prep recipe from our good friend Stephanie S. is filled with homemade goodness. Please login to continue reading/viewing this page…

Lessons Learned from Covid

On the off chance that you haven’t been paying attention, the world changed recently. Actually, it’s changed rather dramatically. As happened in September of 2001, the world in which we live saw a seismic shift take place in March of 2020, a shift which the collective consciousness is still attempting to wrap its mind around. …

Three Sisters

A bit of wisdom of those who came before… Native American tribes employed a companion plant system that involved squash, beans, and corn, known as “the three sisters”. From the the Farmer’s Almanac: By the time European settlers arrived in America in the early 1600s, the Iroquois had been growing the “three sisters” for over …

The Glyphosate Roundup

“How could we have ever believed it was a good idea to grow our food with poison?” – Jane Goodall If you eat food, drink water or breath air, it’s time to reckon with glyphosate. With so many critical issues clamoring for our attention, why focus on this one? Because it disproportionately affects our children …