Search Results for: Jerusalem artichoke
Creamy Jerusalem artichoke soup
Jerusalem artichoke soup made from fresh homegrown vegetables is such a treat in spring.
Creamy Jerusalem artichoke gratin
This delicious Jerusalem artichoke gratin is so filling. All you need is a simple salad on the side. Dinner's ready!
Lamb shanks with oven-baked Jerusalem artichokes
This is one of my favorite savory recipes, roasted lamb shanks with Jerusalem artichokes and a garlic sauce. Yum!
Potato pancakes with Jerusalem artichoke and leek
Potato pancakes are so easy to make. And you can make them taste quite refined too, simply by using your favorite vegetables in the garden for the batter. Try it!
Overwintering artichokes in pots
This has been the driest summer in many years, and my plants have been suffering as a result. My artichokes were really struggling and I decided that overwintering artichokes in pots might be an alternative. This is how it's done!
How to store dried beans long-term
You can store plenty of beans at home as long as you have a system for it. This is how I store dried beans at home.
Gardening calendar: What I sow in April
My gardening calendar is all about showing what I grow here in the kitchen garden, and when. This is what I sow in April!
Pan-fried black salsify
Pan-fried black salsify is absolutely delicious. You can use it as a side to so many dishes. Yum!
8 tips for eating more vegetables
How can we start eating more vegetables every day? Growing your own food is a good first step of course. But you also need to start adapting your meal planning. Here are my 8 best tips!
Garden DIY: Building a brushwood fence
I wanted a natural-looking fence in my garden and brushwood seemed like the perfect choice. I really recommend it!
Growing vegetables in winter: A beginner’s guide
It’s that time of year when my garden is starting to change. Vegetables start to slouch and don’t look as fresh as they used to. Late summer is traditionally the beginning of the end of the growing season for a lot of people. But, perhaps you’ve heard about growing vegetables in winter too?