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Monthly Archives: November 2010

Fermentation

Last Wednesday’s killing frost had Jack and Francis in the yard with headlamps, yanking daikon, radishes, celery roots, and carrots from the ground.  They harvested some greens, too – Toraziro and Tat Soi.  Francis left the collards and brussel sprouts out to get extra sweet.  I hacked out the frozen stalks in the morning. Jack [...]

Athletic Cooking

I’m not feeling very athletic about cooking this week.  I’m not sure why. Thanksgivings past have been milestones: the year I gave up meat after washing my baby cousin and the turkey in the same sink; the year I made a giant centerpiece with a friend – the main element being a black glove, reaching [...]