“In My Kitchen” April 2024

Sorry. I just skipped March’s IMK. I thought about it a few times. Then I just never got around to doing one. I hate to miss so I’ve been planning this April post for some time. I’m not sure that there’s really anything new and innovative, but here goes.

I’m still on my cookbook review . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” April 2024

Seed to Table by Luay Ghafari, another review

A cookbook plus a gardening book. Bonus! Luay Ghafari, blogger at Urban Farm and Kitchen, created Seed to Table: A Seasonal Guide to Organically Growing, Cooking, and Preserving Food at Home (Kitchen Garden, Urban Gardening) to help us all find a balance.

About the book:

“Luay makes growing your own food, even if just a . . . → Read More: Seed to Table by Luay Ghafari, another review

“In My Kitchen” September 2023

August is in the books. Hopefully we can put up with the hot weather until fall is upon us. . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” September 2023

“In My Kitchen” August 2022

Welcome August and “In My Kitchen.” . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” August 2022

“In My Kitchen” June 2022 (or rather In My Garden)

More outdoor gardening than actual “In My Kitchen” items this month. . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” June 2022 (or rather In My Garden)

“In My Kitchen” April 2022

Seedlings are growing, there’s a few new products in the kitchen, and I have a huge curve ball this month! . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” April 2022

September 2021 “In My Kitchen”

Welcome to the September edition of “In My Kitchen,” hosted by Sherry’s Pickings.

I almost didn’t even write a post for this month but when I started looking through my photos, I decided I did have a few things to say.

I found out this summer that I was a finalist in the Taste . . . → Read More: September 2021 “In My Kitchen”

“Lettuce Wrap” Zucchini Boats

It’s been a few years since I have successfully grown zucchini. You might ask how is that possible. Zucchini grows profusely for everyone. People sneak it onto neighbors’ porches just to get rid of it.

It’s not easy growing for me and the squash bugs. I even went to a vegetable gardening . . . → Read More: “Lettuce Wrap” Zucchini Boats

“In My Kitchen” July 2020

What’s new…a “new” Green Egg, homemade yogurt, garlic harvest, one zucchini, one tomato, and one great summer recipe. . . . → Read More: “In My Kitchen” July 2020

My Garden Vow (along with some tips and newly gleaned knowledge)

I recently attended a garden workshop, held at the Tulsa Garden Center and hosted by a local horticultural guru. I was excited to attend the paid event for a couple of reasons: I needed a jump start on my garden motivation AND we got a bit of swag.

I should have been anticipating the wealth . . . → Read More: My Garden Vow (along with some tips and newly gleaned knowledge)