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Tag Archives: braised leeks
The Whole Leek, and Nothing But the Leek
I’m a slow learner. I realize now that my mother was well aware of this, and it must have been difficult for her, from a frustration end I mean. Were my education to begin today, I’d probably be labeled with … Continue reading
Posted in Braising, Food, Garden Tagged braised leeks, Leek, Leek Greens, Louisa Weeping Crabapple 14 Comments
America – World’s Capitol of Waste!
I keep coming back to this subject, mostly because my education regarding it is continuing – the subject is, all the stuff we throw away instead of eating. The most obvious is the stuff in our refrigerators – hey! I’m … Continue reading
Posted in American Food Culture, Food, Garden, Oregon Tagged braised leeks, garden surplus, garden waste, growing leeks, leek stock, overwintering leeks, wasting food 3 Comments