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Author Archives: Stacia M. Fleegal
Last week and the week before were devoted to that sweetest of spring-peaking fruits, the strawberry. Rhubarb is a natural next step, right? Now listen. I love a good strawberry rhubarb pie as much as the next person, but that’s … Continue reading
Last week, the strawberries arrived in my backyard. This week, they’re almost gone. We don’t have many, and what I didn’t turn into sorbet or cram into my mouth while turning the rest into sorbet were scavenged by the birds. So, … Continue reading
I love “just because” presents. Some women get jewelry or flowers. I get a basket of couldn’t-be-more-fresh, sun-warm strawberries. Life is good.
If you started your herbs from seed indoors earlier in the spring, or are stocked in the seedling department after visits to recent native and heirloom plant sales at York’s Horn Farm and MAEscapes, you might find yourself in the … Continue reading
Everywhere I look, there’s asparagus. Even out my own back window, in the lower garden, where we planted it last summer. That asparagus needs a few cycles before it can be picked, but that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy it … Continue reading
Merely typing the words “dandelion greens” last week made me realize that I absolutely had to write a post on foraging. What’s more local than a locavore, you might ask? A hyperlocavore. A hyperlocavore who is also a forager is … Continue reading
New mom Stacia Fleegal struggles to balance her time with her son, her fiance and herself.
If you’re bored by iceberg or romaine salads, and don’t think past lettuce and spinach when you hear “greens,” I recommend expanding your gastronomic horizons. Because guess what: Almost any vegetable’s greens are edible.