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Re: The Toy Box (the return)

Post  mijejo on 7/23/2011, 6:19 pm

My-oh-my!!! That looks like a great dish! Too bad I did not grow any fava beans this year! Do you think I could substitute another veggie?

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Post  Lavender Debs on 7/23/2011, 6:44 pm

I did MI. It was orginally a garbanzo bean salad based upon a potato salad, so go for it!

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Post  Furbalsmom on 7/23/2011, 11:50 pm

Wonderful, LavenderDebs, I kept licking my lips thinking about how this would taste.

Thanks so much for sharing!

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Post  FamilyGardening on 7/24/2011, 1:08 am

Smile yummy Deb!

you make the best video's!

how long did you have to cook the fava beans to be able to shell them?

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Re: The Toy Box (the return)

Post  Lavender Debs on 7/24/2011, 11:47 am

Thanks FB mom!

@Rose.... it is just like dipping a tomato to peel.... 30 seconds in the hot water is all.

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Lazy Daze of Summer?

Post  Lavender Debs on 7/29/2011, 11:41 am



I don't know if the days feel lazy, but it does feel abundant. The PNW is in contrast to the rest of the states, Cold and wet in a crazy hot year. I feel like I have been doing so much work in the garden with very little to eat from it. Suddenly there is food, now what?



I've even seen full size green beans!



My little pie cherry tree is not part of my SFG but it is in a pot of MM in my yard. It is covered with cherries BUT it is so little that even when covered with fruit there is not enough for a pie. So what to do with all those cherries? Lavender-Sour Cherry Focaccia Bread. There will be more details on Music of the Rain soon.

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Post  Furbalsmom on 7/29/2011, 2:29 pm

Debs, waiting for the full recipe, like amount of sour cherries, temp and time to bake.

I was able to harvest 14 Montmorency Cherries recently. No bird damage, but this is only the second season since I purchased the bare root tree and planted it in MM in a BIG pot.

I have some culinary lavender. Would one stem of dried flowers equal about a teaspoon or maybe just a half teaspoon of loose dried blossoms?

The foccacia sounds very tasty and I am anxious to try it.

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Post  FamilyGardening on 7/29/2011, 3:37 pm

um..... i see a RIPE tomato!!



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Re: The Toy Box (the return)

Post  middlemamma on 7/29/2011, 3:39 pm

Always love reading about your garden Lavender...I am so excited you have ripe tomatoes!

Maybe that means my first ones are only a few weeks off! One can hope!

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Re: The Toy Box (the return)

Post  Lavender Debs on 7/29/2011, 4:37 pm

@Furbalsmom wrote:snip....amount of sour cherries, temp and time to bake.

I was able to harvest 14 Montmorency Cherries recently. No bird damage, but this is only the second season since I purchased the bare root tree and planted it in MM in a BIG pot.

I have some culinary lavender. Would one stem of dried flowers equal about a teaspoon or maybe just a half teaspoon of loose dried blossoms? ....

WooT-wOOt! on your cherries!

For you I just crushed a dry stem of lavender, it came to 3/4 of a teaspoon. (but is was a good size flower head) Thanks for asking, I'm more of a "pinch," "dash," and "hand-full" kind of girl. Both my mom and gram'ma hoped I would learn to measure correctly (and teach them) in home-ecc. I did learn but keep going back to my roots.



I thought I wasn't going to have many cherries on my 2 year old tree either, I think I fell short of the 2 cups of sour cherries the Martha Stewart recipe called for. If I had less I would have divided the dough and made a smaller cherry focaccia and another with berries, peaches or sweet cherries. I also think a sour cherry-peach (or blueberry or nectarine) combo would work with this simple bread.



My sons have been on me to start writing things down, I just happened to do so for this bread.

My machine is an older 1.5 lb loaf maker. I also have measurements for a 1 lb loaf if you want.

BTW you do not need as much oil as I made. 2 Tablespoons in the loaf and 2 for the infused oil would be enough.

--I sprinkled on course organic sugar BUT I did that after it was in the oven (whoops...all the smoke is why you did not see it on the movie). Next time I think I'll toss the cherries with the sugar before I press them into the focaccia instead of putting it all over the top (and I sure will not dump it into the oven!!)



This can be 100% white or wheat if your machine can handle wheat.



Lavender-Sour Cherry Focaccia for a 1.5 lb bread machine loaf



Dry:


  • 4 teaspoons dry yeast
  • 2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 cup unbleached bread flour
  • 1.5 Tablespoons dry milk powder
  • 1.5 teaspoons sea salt
  • 3/4 teaspoon lavender buds

Wet:


  • 1.25 (1 and 1/4) cups warm water
  • 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 1.5 teaspoons honey

Toppings


  • 2 cups sour cherries (or whatever you have)
  • 1 Tablespoon (organic) sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon lavender buds (fresh or dry, use the same amount)
  • 2 Tablespoons oil for infused lavender oil

Add the wet and dry ingredients to your machine in the order the manufacture calls for. Set the control for manual.



Toss the cherries with the sugar (probably just before using them on the bread)



In a small bowl mix the Tablespoon of lavender and the 2nd 2 Tablespoons of oil together. You may choose to heat this in the microwave for 30 seconds to speed the infusion process. Set aside.



To finish:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. The bread will bake on the bottom 3rd of the oven--adjust a rack.



note you may proof the bread once after it is removed from your machine. I like to do this with whole wheat but not with white.



Generously oil a baking sheet. You can use some of the infused oil.



With your fingers, press out the focaccia. (does not need to proof/rise once it is in the pan)



With a pastry brush generously oil the top of the bread with the infused oil.



If you have not already, toss the cherries with the sugar.

Alternately you can sprinkle the sugar on top of the cherries and bread.



Press the cherries into the bread.

Note; for this focaccia you do not need to dimple the dough, pressing the cherries will accomplish that for you.



Bake 20 minutes at 425. Remove from the sheet to a cooling rack right away. Enjoy hot or cold.



Debs....who had 3 yellow tomatoes in the basket too (must have been a good day for cherries)

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Post  Lavender Debs on 7/29/2011, 4:48 pm

@middlemamma wrote:snip...I am so excited you have ripe tomatoes!
Maybe that means my first ones are only a few weeks off! One can hope!

Thanks! but I need to confess that they are cherry tomatoes. Don't get me wrong, I'm happy to have them but my big tomatoes (uh-hum some of which are not much bigger then cherry toms) still have a way to go. There was one I had hopes for but when night temps dropped to the mid 40's in all that rain it started to rot so I tossed it over the fence.



Debs...trying to be happy about itty-bittys

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July 30, 2nd day of Summer.

Post  Lavender Debs on 7/31/2011, 10:35 am

Bush beans are just starting to come on. The zuchinni keeps making blossoms, we've eaten the first bucket of creamy sweet fingerling potatoes (Peanut) and harvested the last of the regular yellow potatoes to take camping. Speaking of camping, there is only one yellow transparent apple this year (lots of sweet reds that I need to check the names of, one is gala, the other has a Japanese name). Instead of making a birthday pie for Chris we'll take it with us and make a baked apple in the fire for him. Ray and I have been eating cherry tomatoes and putting the last of the snow peas into everything. I can start using the fennel but it is still really small. Blueberries are ready.



In cleaning up Box 4 to transplant strawberries into, I harvested all kinds of shallots. I just need to remember to put some into the ground for spring onions.



I'll be shocked if I get eggplant or peppers of any kind but they are trying. No eggs yet but the girls are young. LOTS of Lavender that I need to take care of before we leave.



I think the Goldfinch has a nest in that Alder tree. He is back and forth all day. Often sitting at the top singing goldfinch lullabies to the babies. He is my happy distraction. He is a little crazy, saw him chase off a red-headed woodpecker earlier. The crows, who entertain them selves by attacking the resident eagles in flight were also chased off by papa goldfinch. He must be the terrier of the finch world.



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I forgot to say, now get out and get dirty.

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Tomato Tuesday on Friday

Post  Lavender Debs on 8/5/2011, 12:23 pm

Ray and I were away on tuesday but I did tape this on Tuesday, just did not have time to upload it. So, here it is on Friday.


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Re: The Toy Box (the return)

Post  FamilyGardening on 8/5/2011, 12:59 pm

Deb Love you video's as always and so glad you put them up to share with all of us!



I cant wait to go out and smell my daughters sweet peas....we had no idea they had any kind of smell to them.....we will have to get up on a ladder to get to them Laughing should be fun.....wish i could hear what they neighbors will be saying...ha ha ha



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Post  Lavender Debs on 8/5/2011, 1:58 pm

Rose if there is ANY sun, you will not need to climb to smell the sweet peas. Just stand in the area for a bit.

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Post  FamilyGardening on 9/30/2011, 1:40 pm

been thinking of you Deb Very Happy

havent seen you on for awhile.....hope all is well with you and your family



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Post  Lavender Debs on 11/6/2011, 8:03 am



School has finally settled into a comfortable routine. My garden has been as abandoned as my thread. It is a mess! Now that it is cold and dry days are rare again, I finally have time to putter. I’m afraid that my garden home wants more hard work than puttering.

The tomatoes I was forced to pick green have been turning brilliant shades of red, pink and yellow. Soup that I seldom sacrifice a vine ripe tomato to has been a regular feature at the autumn dinner table. Last Sabbath it was embellished with onion slices and fresh chard from the toy box, and lentils from my pantry. Dessert was the best apple cake I have ever tried. Pretty red apples from the espaliered tree at the edge of my boxes provided the crisp fruit.



Earlier this season I made a decision to try different proteins. I had both success and failures. The black garbanzo beans I was looking forward to were disappointing. I have some seed that I may give to a square next spring, but even though they were pretty they were too few and too fragile for my area. Fava beans and the Rockwell cranberry beans were successful. I have included a video (or at least a link) at the end of this post on fall planting fava beans in a SFG. Honestly it is mostly about my shovel and dirt. Next summer I plan to greatly increase the number of squares given to Rockwell beans.

Still picking chard, kale, purple sprouting broccoli, parsley, leeks, celeriac and a plethora of herbs from the herb garden. Looking for leaves to gather for the compost. It is weird to live in a yard that does not have leaves to rake.

Debs…..getting cold looking at the first frost glistening on the deck.

Burrr, cream puff clouds scattered across the blue sky of a brilliant autumn day. 45/39 (it is 30 degrees as I tap this out)



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Clean up on Box 1

Post  Lavender Debs on 11/8/2011, 2:22 pm

The garden is a mess due to neglect. I finally have had some time to get out and start cleaning.

Before

On Sunday Ray and I took a drive to score some leaves for mulch and compost fodder. I hope that is the last load of grass clippings for the year, but I remember having that hope last time the lawn was mown.

After putting in a thick layer of maple leaves in the compost I started the slow but happy work of cleaning up box 1. Spade full of compost in empty squares to feed the critters that keep my plants happy. The leeks got extra compost in their squares and a nice layer of maple leaves.

Things have slowed down with my students but work has not come to a halt yet. To get both jobs done I overview, correct and activate one student, run out and clean up 4 squares and repeat. It is a pretty day out; I find it difficult to come back in to do school work (which I really should be doing right now).

Suprise! In box 1 there is a square of chard, 3 of leeks and CILANTRO! The cilantro must have self seeded. I almost pulled it out as I cleaned up the garden.....but this weed passed the sniff test.

Debs....One Box done, 6 to go (plus the asparagus and herb gardens) Need of more leaves

Scattered clouds with brilliant sun breaks. 54 degrees on a day that was only going to hit 52.

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Post  FamilyGardening on 11/16/2011, 2:30 am

so happy to see you posting again deb!

i always look forward to your pictures and video's Very Happy ......your leeks look so yummy!....i love leeks!....and i want to plant fava beans this year....i bought some....but havent put them in the ground yet.....do they need anything to climb or do they just bush up?

sounds like you are very busy!.....how are the nuggets doing?....i cant remember if they are laying eggs yet.....Very Happy

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Winter is blowing in.

Post  Lavender Debs on 11/18/2011, 11:45 am

With the glass top stove Ray bought in the spring, I did not get much put up this year. Bummer. Lucky for us, canned goods are not the whole story. There are a few small sweet squash that we are saving for Thanksgiving. I've been protecting my last carrots with only a pitch-fork as a weapon. They will also be on our Thanksgiving table (at least in the stuffing). Leeks composted and mulched (makes them easier to pull from frozen mix) and the last square of carrots.

Last of the green tomatoes colored up and became pasta sauce Thursday night. The boys nearly licked the pot clean. Most of my tomatoes were deep golden Persimmons. When they are blended with the red and pink tomatoes the sauce becomes a muddy color instead of red. Still, it was so good; a little taste of summer. Since the basil is long gone I chopped up a funnel bulb for that basil essence we get in summer. There is still parsley that went into the sauce too. I'm saving the fresh bay leaves for the afore mentioned Thanksgiving table.

Celeriac A first for me. I have been using the leaves and stems in soup stock. The roots are still in growing. I'm sure I'll soon give them a try, but for now I like having just the right amount of fresh celery flavor in my soups. I already have plans to grow much more of this surprise next year. I plan to give celery a few squares too. A blog I read assures me that I can pot up immature celery, put it in a dark place and it will keep growing through the winter. As a bonus it blanches in the dark.



The parsley and chard have also been a welcome addition to the soup pot. Those are leeks and a few of the fennel in the background. What looks like a garbage dump up against the fence is actually a bag of maple leaves (I do not have a tree that dumps into my yard so we go for Sunday drives to find them), the pile of dirt is actually finished compost that has been going into the boxes and pots. The big black bin is full of compostables for next year.



Debs......yep, we are getting eggs (4 a day)

Burrr, it isn't really freezing cold but the rain is mixed with snow. Seattle is all a flutter because we MIGHT get a couple of inches of snow. Things could change tonight. Weather wizards are telling me that it could get down to 23 tonight. Poor nuggets.

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Burrrrrr

Post  Lavender Debs on 11/19/2011, 8:28 pm

All morning on the news I was hearing about snow in Western Washington. It sounded like everyone had snow. To my delight, there was only sparkly frost in my garden.



Debs.....just trying to keep the nugget water liquid

I am still hearing that there could be snow tonight. It has been such a pretty day that I will be surprised if there are enough clouds to make snow. High of 41. Someone thinks it could get down to 28 tonight, I'm sure that means no clouds. Two dog night.

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Rainy day on the little farm in the city

Post  Lavender Debs on 11/22/2011, 8:15 pm



It felt like ice water gushing into my socks. I have moved more stepping stones this year than I could shake a stick at. Had to move another one this morning so that I would not have to stand in a puddle to let the nuggets out of the Easter Basket. Almost over-night the once pretty yellow straw has turned black; poor girls. I need to find a bunch of maple branches so they can perch comfortably out of the slop. The side-ways rain beat the cover Ray put over their run.

I am so happy that we did not get snow yesterday. The ground was wet enough with all the rain. I can only imagine what it would be like with snow melt. I should check the rain gage when I shut the girls in for the night.

I spent my day dreaming about next year. You can click on the link to see what dreams may materialize by spring.

Dreaming With Paint at Music of the Rain

Debs....with split pea soup simmering on the stove (maybe we can leave the pies alone)

Self-sown peas ~*~ Stormy weather; wind gusts that can blow over trees and take off shingles. The south wind gave us a day time temp of 49 but the rain sucked away the heat. Barometric pressure is still low so it will be blustery tonight but the temperature should not drop below 41. Hang onto your hats!


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Post  boffer on 11/22/2011, 8:19 pm

Whatcha think, Deb, will this be a Thanksgiving when we all lose power? It's been a couple years for me.

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Post  Lavender Debs on 11/22/2011, 8:29 pm

@boffer wrote:Whatcha think, Deb, will this be a Thanksgiving when we all lose power? It's been a couple years for me.


??? A couple of years since you have lost power on Thanksgiving or since you have lost power (both are common in Western Washington in case you wonder why I'm asking him).

We lost power for the first time since moving to Everett about a week ago. Steve Pool and the kindergarten teacher (channel 7 kiro.....she was always speaking to us like we were in kindergarten when she started, never learned her name, the label stuck) are saying there will be a thanksgiving storm. Better bake early!

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Post  janezee on 11/23/2011, 12:29 am

We had our first power outage last night, with 50 mph wind gusts. I was in the dark for a second, then heard bang..........bangbang........boom. I thought, "That can't be good."
90 minutes later, they were here on the poles, and at 5 am I woke up to lots of light, and heat. Nice. way to go
The storm is predicted for Thursday all day again. At least, no snow. SO much rain, though! We're earning our rainy reputation all in one week this year!

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hungry hungry hungry hungry hungry hungry hungry hungry hungry hungry

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