"For all of you that want to really get good at bread, check out the Artisan Bread School. I took this class in April and it was great. It is a tad expensive but I havent had a vacation in 7 years so I splurged.
Carl knows what he is doing and…"
"Before there were auto's, city farmers used to gather horse manure from the street and help the local stable get rid of there straw and manure. Some people still think horse manure is still the best. Is there a farm, racetrack, police stable…"
"Hi Dave, checked in with a bunch of farmers who work for us, and they said the best way to get your garlic clean is to harvest when the soil is relatively dry and use a brush to get loose dirt off right away. After drying, clip roots and clean with…"
"I would be real carefull with the ornamental sweet pot. vine. unles you planted the seed yourself or really trust the person you bought them from, you should assume they have been sprayed or treated somewhere before they got to you."
"Thank you for the welcome. Yes I enjoy my egg, they do take a little getting used to. I am brining a berkshire ham to smoke on it this weekend., cant wait.
I enjoy this site very much, look forward to learning and adding my $.02."
"I put mine on the grill whole, the grill is 600 degrees, and it only takes a few minutes. The I put them in a sealed container to "sweat" them while they cool. The skins and stems come right off and into the freezer they go. Just like…"
Hi Dave, looks like - from your photo - that you've got a Big Green Egg. I was given one in the spring and am still trying to get the hang of it. Roasting tomatoes on it? Bet that's delicious!
Welcome to HOMEGROWN!
Hi Dave, checked in with a bunch of farmers who work for us, and they said the best way to get your garlic clean is to harvest when the soil is relatively dry and use a brush to get loose dirt off right away. After drying, clip roots and clean with a glove or brush. Hope that helps!
No comments yet!
You need to be a member of HOMEGROWN to add comments!