Here’s what your September figs ought to look like. This is a Celeste fig. I’ve had the tree for 10 years and it’s just now producing yummy figs. But, if your fig tree is full of little green knobby figs that will surely succumb to frost before ripening, I have […]
Last night, five of my young-ish friends invited me to a progressive garden dinner they were hosting in their vintage West Asheville neighborhood. We bicycled to four urban bungalows and enjoyed a course at each with wine and garden tours. All the food was prepared by these professional bakers out […]
Hey! The gardens are in full swing with all this wet and warm weather. Perfect for picking, cooking and eating. See you soon I hope! Garden to Picnic Table Wednesday, July 6, 6:00-9:00 $45 Blackberry mint mojitos and crunchy pan-fried squash blossoms stuffed with garlic scape pesto and local chevre […]
On Monday, I’ll be posting classes for April and May. Stop back by soon and we’ll talk about how to prepare those fabulous creasy greens popping up in your yard about now.
Aunt Barb’s Wednesday Night Supper Club First-ish Wednesday of the month 6-9pm $10 January 12 … Made-From-Scratch Soups & Herbed Flatbreads If you’re somewhere between 21 and 40 and didn’t get to learn to cook from family or friends, then join Auntie Barb and others like […]