Gooseberry Cake: this is my grandmas recipe. One rarely finds gooseberries in the stores. Happy that the garden is doing well and we could harvest a bumper crop. With vanilla ice cream a perfect ending for a garden dinner

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From garden to plate in a few moments: its pea time. With snow peas at their peak, a touch of butter and a couple of minutes in the sauté pan will get the job done. Baby turnips and mint worked nicely together with my peas.

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June: early rewards for dirty finger nails and lower back pain.

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These vegetables survived a harsh winter in my garden. It is quite satisfying to harvest in late winter/ early spring and create this flavorful rustic vegetable stew. The garnish is chive oil.

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