The weather has been so brutally cold in Philly this week that I’ve spent most of the last seven days in a state of functional hibernation. Essentially, I go out only when absolutely necessary and have been getting into bed hours earlier than normal. There has also been a very great deal of soup consumed in our household. I very much welcome the warm-up that’s predicted this week! Now, some links!
- Grapefruit ginger curd and five more ways to make citrus curd.
- How to choose the best Seville orange marmalade recipe for you!
- Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s marmalade tips and her recipe for Texas marmalade.
- Orange marmalade skillet chicken.
- Kate Payne’s approach sauerkraut and fermented slaws.
- How to grow a SCOBY and hibiscus rose kombucha.
- Pickled brussels sprouts (one of my favorites for adding to grain salads).
- Quick beet relish.
- Freezing storage garlic and onions that have started to sprout.
- Spiralized daikon garlic noodles from Autumn Giles’ Beyond Canning.
- Orange maple hemp salad dressing. I’m so intrigued by the addition of hemp seeds!
- Check out these vegetable flatbreads! The beet is so gorgeous.
- Date nut quick bread.
- A tested and organized recipe for puddles!
It was so nice to see so many of you welcoming the weekly giveaway back to the fold. The winner of the Milk Kefir Grains Starter Kit from Hobby Hill Farm Fresh is #30/Kelley.
Congratulations to Kelley on the win
Hello again! Thanks for the link up!!! now excuse me while I go diving into info on freezing garlic!
Thank you, Marisa, for the link to Phickle. What a site!
I love this website, I would have never found all of the interesting links by myself. Keep up the great work it is appreciated!
nice blog, thank you for those link… hope this will be useful
Thank you for all of the links. I am especially going to try the brussels sprouts.
Just wanted to let those folks who love ginger but never use it up before it dries out like I used to have happen to me. Take the ginger and put it into a small glass jar and cover it with any type of liquor. It will last and not absorb the liquor –taste or smell