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Rabarbersylt att göra mycket av. Rabarber är inte bara en grönsak att göra kräm och saft och paj av.

Rabarbersylt att göra mycket av

Jag kokar enkel sylt under tidig och sen sommar. Barnen älskar den. Rabarbersylt får en läcker färg och blir söt och syrlig i smaken på en och samma gång. Mina barn gillar sylt med rena smaker, så jag kokar helt enkelt den sylt de vill ha och gör gärna mycket. Den blir lite lös i konsistensen och är lika god på frukostfilen som något ljummen ringlad över vaniljglass. När jag ändå skördar rabarber passar jag på att göra dubbel sats.

Du behöver: 1 kilo rensad och finskivad rabarber 8 deciliter socker saft av en citron eventuellt 2 kanelstänger eller 2 vaniljstänger. Vårens första löksalt. Ört- eller grönsakssalt är ett utmärkt sätt att ta vara på sånt som blir över.

Vårens första löksalt

Här har jag gjort ett salt med olika sorters lök, bland annat gräslök och piplök från trädgården.I en skål lägger jag grovhackad gul lök, en hel vitlök i skalade klyftor, gräslök/piplök, en bit purjo samt zuccini. Detta mixas till en någorlunda slät smet. Sedan rör jag i finkornigt salt så att det blir i mängd ca 1/4 av smeten. Det blir en vattnig och geggig röra. Smeten breds ut i tunt lager på bakplåtspapper i en plåt med höga kanter (där vätskan inte kan rinna ut längs sidorna på pappret) och torkar i ugn tills det hela är snustorrt.

When to pick and how to make more of what is growing. How to Dry and Freeze Tomatoes. How to dry and freeze tomatoes.

How to Dry and Freeze Tomatoes

When the summer harvest is abundant, try these simple preservation techniques. You'll be glad you did when a tomato craving hits in December! Garden Tomato Recipes Mozzarella Cheese Marinated with Dried Tomatoes and Herbs RecipeStewed Tomatoes RecipeTomato and Onion Soup With Rosemary RecipeMexican Ranchero Sauce Recipe How to Dry and Freeze Tomatoes “Putting up tomatoes” has been part of my life since the ’50s, when I helped my mother and grandmother prep them for the freezer.

In the ’60s, I married into a big-time canning family. In the ’70s, my husband and I moved to California. California and the cooking of the times started to creep into our kitchen. How to Grow and Store Potatoes, Onions, Garlic and Squash, Keeper Crops: Gardener's Supply. During the winter months, when the ground is covered by a thick blanket of snow, there’s something particularly satisfying about still being able to eat food from your garden.

How to Grow and Store Potatoes, Onions, Garlic and Squash, Keeper Crops: Gardener's Supply

There are many summer-grown crops including potatoes, onions, garlic, beets, carrots and winter squash, can be stored with relative ease to nourish you right through until the next growing season. Even a modest-size garden can yield a substantial crop of winter keepers. To be successful storing these keeper crops at home, here are a couple factors to keep in mind: Some varieties store better than others, so be sure to seek out the ones that are known to be good keepers. Crops that are harvested at their prime – not before or after – store best. Potatoes. How to Harvest, Cure and Store Onions: Gardener's Supply. As a founding employee of Gardener's Supply, I wore many different hats over the years.

How to Harvest, Cure and Store Onions: Gardener's Supply

Currently, I have my own company called Johnnie Brook Creative. The gardens around my home in Richmond, VT, include a large vegetable garden, seasonal greenhouse, cutting garden, perennial gardens, rock garden, shade garden, berry plantings, lots of container plants and a meadow garden. There's no place I'd rather be than in the garden. To cure, I spread the onions on some scrap building paper (newspapers or even the bare floor is fine) in the barn and give them as much room as possible. In drier parts of the country, farmers and gardeners often let their onions cure right in the row after they pull them from the ground.

An Orchard Rack is the time-tested way to store your onions. If you ask a roomful of good cooks what vegetable they consider indispensible, many will name the onion. There are two main types of globe onions: pungent and mild. Mild onions should be used up within a few weeks. Sow what now? growing a fall garden and saving seed, with ken greene. SOW NOW WHAT?

sow what now? growing a fall garden and saving seed, with ken greene

My friend Ken Greene likes to say that at key junctures in the growing season, like when summer really comes on. Sow now what, as in what to sow now in the vegetable and herb garden to either extend the season as spring crops fade, or to get started if circumstances such as weather, woodchucks or who knows what conspired against earlier efforts. This year, I’m late, late, late—and I’m conveniently blaming circumstances beyond my control.

After frozen ground in April, no rain for three-plus weeks in May, and a June of incredible deluges, some of my best-laid plans aren’t looking so swell. Maybe you’re in the same situation. Ken (below, saving tomato seed), founder of Hudson Valley Seed Library catalog and an organic seed farmer, joined me on the public-radio show and podcast to talk about planting for late summer into late fall harvest (think: pea-shoot salad, a succulent fresh batch of basil and more), and about seed saving. my q&a with ken greene Subscribe: Q. A.