Foraged some mulberries this weekend. Yum! Now, what to do with them all. First thing I wanted to try was a recipe for mulberry muffins because muffins freeze well. I mixed up a double batch of muffins using a recipe off Flickr.
I had to convert the measurements for US metrics. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do.
Fruit Round Salad
A round thick cut of watermelon surrounded by strawberries, mulberries and raspberries. This makes a wonderful dessert on a dinner table or breakfast for two to four people.
Corn Roast & Flavored Butter
Right now fresh ears of corn on the cob are plentiful in the grocery store and along roadside produce stands. The price is right, too. Under 25 cents a serving. Can’t beat that. Normally, that means we would be up for hosting a corn roast & flavored butter with drinks at our house. Due to scheduling this year, that might not happen.
Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage Slaw
Wondering what you can make with all the cabbage that you grew this year? Try this sweet and sour red cabbage slaw recipe.
Tomato Paste Recipe
Looking for a way to use up all your garden tomatoes? How about making this tomato paste recipe? Tomato paste is used in plenty of hearty meals through the winter months.
If you make your own it is guaranteed to be tastier the store bought and have a lot less salt.
Pickled Beets Canning to Preserve Them
Ah, summer! The garden is thriving and we all want to preserve our fruits and vegetables. One of our favorite vegetables is beets. Fresh, roasted, boiled or canned -no matter how you slice them up, we enjoy them. Here is how we pickled beets canning to preserve them
Looking for a simple way to make corn on the cob for a large group? Have you tried cooler corn yet? This is an easy way to make your garden corn for your backyard cookouts.