Susan Vinskofski, from PA, is an avid gardener. Susan is passionate about building soil because she believes that nutrient dense food begins in the soil. Susan blogs about gardening, foraging, real food and natural living.
Category Archives: Recipes
Tweet We have lots of company at our summer cottage and we love to cook out on the charcoal grill. Burgers are great, but sometimes we want something a little more fun. That’s when we make Chicken Fajitas!
Tweet Just upstream from where I harvest ramps, I found a nice patch of watercress, a perennial green which grows wild in shallow areas of streams and has a wonderful peppery taste. It is especially tender in the spring, and … Continue reading
TweetSometimes a girl just has to squee!!! My photo and recipe for Ramp (Wild Leek) Soup was featured in an article about ramps at The Huffington Post. Ok, I admit it, I only occasionally read an article at The Huffington … Continue reading
TweetI don’t have a drop of Italian blood in me. My Aunt B, who is now 90, learned to cook from her Italian mother-in-law. She is a fantastic cook and her sauce is superb. An Italian friend of mine calls … Continue reading
TweetAsparagus is one of those love it or hate it vegetables. I love it, as long as it is properly cooked. Overcook it and you get slime. But cooked until just tender, it’s sublime. And roasting it brings out its … Continue reading