A New Topic: Garden Recipes

Posted on Jan 13 2011 - 3:21am by Mike Lieberman

When I posted a question on Facebook asking what posts people would like me to write, recipes were mentioned. I used to keep a raw recipe blog, but stopped that long ago.

Since people are interested, I’ll give em what they want.

To start, once a month, I will post a simple recipe for something that is in season that you can get from your garden or the farmers market.

If there are any fruits or veggies that you are looking for new ideas as how to prepare or have no idea how to prepare, let me know. I’ll try to hook up the recipe.

What’s your thoughts on this new topic? And hit me up with what you’d like to see recipes for.


  • http://twitter.com/ecovegangal Whitney Lauritsen

    Yes – recipes would be awesome! Can never have enough healthy, vegan, and sustainable food ideas! Looking forward to them. : )

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    Thanks. I’ll be keepin em simple because that’s mostly how I eat or highlighting other recipes that I’ve tried out.

  • http://www.indoorgarden-er.com Ken

    I’m looking forward to seeing your recipe posts! Of course, a California “in season” recipe will be different from my area, but I can deal with that.

    How about something using beets? I’m always curious how to use them in something other than salad…

  • http://lovingnaturesgarden.com Alison kerr

    Great idea, Mike in the kitchen. I always struggle to eat enough greens – I get tired of salad. Hope you have some tips in that direction.

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    I’ll certainly do my best to universal in terms of what’s in season.

    Beets are on the docket. Thanks for the reco.

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    I eat huge salads for lunch nearly everyday. I’ll come up with or provide some new ideas for salads.

  • Anonymous

    sounds fun Mike. I’m interested to see what you come up with.

  • Anonymous

    I like schredded beets in salads. You can roast them, skin them then add a little salt and they are delicious. I’ve made a mild pickling as well with vinegar, mustard and roasted beets too.

    Roasted root veg is always good (beets, yams, potatoes, turnips, whatever ya got) with fresh herbs and a little honey.

  • http://guitarlessonswylietexas.com SteveH

    Nice! Now maybe I will be able to utilize everything that comes in!

  • Anonymous

    I know a health counselor who could help you..just saying. Love you!!!

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    Me too.

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    Use it all. Use it all.

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    Me too.

  • Dreamingrealtime

    This will be great! Can’t wait. I haven’t any veggie in mind but I am sure I’ll run into one in the Spring 😉 its sooo cold here all I have on my mind is hot soup and hot drinks 😉

  • http://www.CanarsieBK.com Mike Lieberman

    Just made up some veggie stock for the week!

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