Every morning, afternoon and evening we tend to our little patch of dirt with curiosity and excitement. As a family we watch the garden grow and we each become partial to a certain piece of it (click here to read more).
Each summer we plant four to five vegetables and see how they grow. It seems that every year one plant thrives the most.Three years ago: serrano peppers. Two years ago: bell peppers. Last year: okra. This year: cucumbers.
At the end of the season, I’m amazed at how much life can spring from one tiny plant. And from that one plant, recipes develop.Today, in The Dallas Morning News, I share a bit more about A Pleasant Little Garden and three recipes that have developed from it (click here to read the full story).
P.S. Looking for a few more garden recipe inspiration? Click here.