Leslie Cerier, The Organic Gourmet picking up her autumn weekly organic share of veggies at her CSA. Here’s what’s in my basket this week: lots of salad greens: arugula, red Russian kale, tat soi, and to eat at the rainbow: daikon radish, watermelon radish, also known as rainbow radish, & red bell pepper. Eat your greens and the rainbow. As the week’s change, we can mix and match the local, organic, seasonal harvest to eat the rainbow all year round for our health and happiness.
Calendula flowers are edible. Light and filled with sunshine, they make everything pretty from brownies, pies, salads, sandwiches, appetizers, marinated dried tomatoes. I love turning folks on in cooking classes to using edible flowers as garnishes for vegetarian, vegan and gluten free meals. And they are easy to grow organic. Flowering again and again all through the summer and fall in New England, where I live, garden, host an organic B&B and teach private and group hands on cooking classes. I also like to add calendula petals to marinated dried tomatoes, and other Continue reading
Oh, how I would love to teach you how to cook. You can gather a group or come for a private hands-on vegetarian cooking class. As a gourmet organic farm to table chef/teacher and cookbook author, I present whole foods that are not just good for you, but also pleasurable and delicious. Come cook and feast on exciting vegetarian dishes that will enhance your immune system, give you energy, rejuvenate your senses, keep your bones strong, and help you maintain an active lifestyle. Continue reading
Dinner for 2, organic beet burgers, made with fresh herbs and served with garden fresh greens, edible nasturtium flowers, fresh picked from Lesile’s organic garden. A little organic sauerkraut tops off these delicious sandwiches, made with local organic, sourdough, gluten-free bread. Vegan and Vegetarian meals are my specialties. Continue reading
Feeling the blessing of Mother Nature. She gave me wild blueberries and it is such a joy to go out each morning and graze with the birds on native ripe blueberries. With 20 bushes and many low bushes multiplying and thriving in the woods near my home, there is plenty to nibble. And Continue reading