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Growing Good Food at Home

March/April 2022 Table of Contents

Rise and shine! It’s time for breakfast! A few summers ago I was traveling through Vermont with a friend. We’d spent the night in a little roadside motel where the continental breakfast consisted of a vending machine and a pot of coffee that I’m pretty sure was left over from the night shift. The place…  READ MORE right arrow


One of the joys of a garden in spring comes when those first delicate spears of asparagus appear. I can't help but smile, knowing that this sweet vegetable heralds the arrival of a new season of abundance. The arrival of asparagus means that early-season peas, radishes, and crisp greens are soon to follow. It's not…  READ MORE right arrow
If ever there was a classic recipe, this is it. It's simple and filling enough that your confirmed bachelor uncle makes it for breakfast, and it's somehow also cute enough that June Cleaver might serve it to Wally and the Beaver before school. And I know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe…  READ MORE right arrow
When I think about German food, the first things that comes to mind are foods like bratwurst, schnitzel, Pumpernickel bread, cheeses, cakes, and, of course, a tasty Hefeweizen or Kölsch beer. I do not, however, usually think about quiche. Quiche is a French food, no? It turns out that quiche is, indeed, German in origin. As…  READ MORE right arrow
I used to feel very differently about broccoli than I do today. It always seemed bitter and mushy and not in the least bit enjoyable. I would have put money on the fact that adding broccoli was a sure way to ruin any meal. Then something happened. For…  READ MORE right arrow

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