Entries by Engrid Winslow

Swarm Season

by Engrid Winslow Have you ever spotted a honey bee swarm on the eaves of your house, a fence post or in a tree? They have even been spotted on parked bicycles! Swarming is the natural result of a hive that has made it through the winter and ramps up for spring when pollen is available […]

SUMMER HARVEST

by Engrid Winslow At last, the bounty of your summer garden is at its peak and you can gather all of those glorious tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, corn, chard, kale, summer squash, onions and other vegetables to enjoy at their freshest and most flavorful. But, ahem, some of us may plant more than we can eat in […]

American Caprese Salad

From the Kitchen of Engrid Winslow This quick and easy take on the classic Caprese salad makes excellent use of the fresh tomatoes from your garden. It’s especially pretty when you use a variety of colored, heirloom, beefsteak tomatoes such as Cherokee Purple, Aunt Ruby’s German Green and Yellow Brandywine. Serves 4 1 TBL extra […]

Vegetable Quinoa Salad

From the Kitchen of Engrid Winslow Serves: 4-6 as a side dish This is a versatile side dish that is vegan (when made with vegetable broth) and adaptable to any season. This version uses peas and carrots but you can substitute or add any additional vegetable such as peppers, tomatoes, onions, cucumbers, summer or winter […]