Korean Fermented Pickles

Korean fermented pickles are to die for.  Flavourful, salty, versatile, and just plain delicious. I’ve made many, in my life, but this is probably the first time I’m making videos about it.  As of today, I am sick of talking about these damned pickles.  It worked. Had I not attempted throwing in a monkey wrench…

FEATURE CREATURE: The Orchard People

WHO: The Orchard People.  Founded by Susan Poizner in 2009 now boasts an array of awards for her book, Growing Urban Orchards and e-learning portal. She holds in-person workshops, while teaching arborists, gardeners, enthusiasts and consulting homeowners, schools and businesses and orchards, while providing maintenance services, soil testing, bare root tree planting and pruning.  Fruit…

Hard Vegetable Gardens = Farmers market run!

My vegetable patch is a very, very tiny patch.  About 2-4′ in width that points out to accommodate an annoying honey locust tree (Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis). It hoards all of the soil’s richness that I added last fall.  To add to it, honey locusts are notorious for blocking out the shade; all those tiny little leaflets quilt together…