what's not to love about those? have you used them on pizzas?
i can't blame her for that...No. I chewed on one or 2. Was surprised how they taste of salt and sugar. I suspect that most of the salt is potassium and that's all that's left of them - the minerals. Oh, okay. There was tomato flavor .
Using them in cooking? I wondered about that. Pizza -- I have only had "homemade" pizza made with a store-bought crust. That used to be quite common for us when I was a single dad. I could load it up but I didn't trust myself to make the crust.
(I asked DW if she thought that putting them in the blender and then boiling in a little broth would make a good pasta sauce. She just rolled her eyes ...)
who years and years ago had a huge amount of green beans and decided to try drying them on the woodshed roof . lost the entire roof-load to "changes."
Give me turnip advice, pls. I threw cheapo seeds in Late, and they ALL sprouted. I even didn't cover some of them during the last freeze and they DIDN'T care!I'll be having a vegetable on my morning coffee break.
Pumpkin Pie! The rhubarb was finished a week ago - even the one that was frozen is gone and so it ends, the rhubarb season. The plants aren't in an easy location for me to run a sprinkler on them and I began to neglect them during our "smoke out," a month ago. It was probably too late for any tender stalks. So late in the year with all the warmth and sun!
The pumpkin pie was made with the little pie pumpkins. I had already eaten 1 1/2 out of the microwave, with butter and brown sugar. Mild compared to the Buttercup that we have also been sampling, really, for about 6 weeks.
DW was suspicious of these pie pumpkins. They are new to both of us but she wasn't delighted with my Jack o'lantern experiments in recent years. It was a surprise when she sampled this new variety in a pie and gave it 2 thumbs up!
Cinnamon Girl really tastes as one should expect. It even smells right but a Jack o'lantern kinda does, too. Yes, "stinks," as @baymule and her granddaughters noticed during their Pink Banana adventure. Funny, that I had never really thought about that.
Yes, tho they are botanically a fruit, just think of pie pumpkins and winter squash as vegetables like turnips or something until you can get them seasoned and sweetened up a little and baked.
A fruit!? Uh oh, I gave myself away! Weeell, you'd never turn a turnip into a pie!
who should turn the last of the broccoli into a quiche, eh?
What kind of advice are you looking for? Sound like you are doing OK.Give me turnip advice, pls. I threw cheapo seeds in Late, and they ALL sprouted. I even didn't cover some of them during the last freeze and they DIDN'T care!
I will have lot of turnip greens and plenty of little turnips. Thanks!