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Crispy Parmesan Bites featuring Edamame

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    Print Crispy Parmesan Edamame Bites Ingredients 12 ounces shelled edamame seeds soaked 30 minutes in Messina Hof Orange Muscat 2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil ¼ cup high quality grated parmesan cheese Instructions Put shelled edamame seeds in a bowl and cover with Orange Muscat Let soak for 30 minutes In a pot […]

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Edamame – Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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EDAMAME – GARDENING TIPS FROM THE CULINARY VIEW as recommended by Michael Vidrine We are in the middle of Fall in November and the cool season crops are really taking off.  Many warm season vegetables are still producing as well and most will continue until our first freeze which usually happens about the end of […]

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Peperonata Recipe featuring Peppers

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  Print Peperonata Ingredients 3-4 hot house tomatoes slightly under ripe Extra virgin olive oil 1 yellow onion sliced very thin 3 bell peppers make it festive use a red/yellow/orange combination stems and seeds removed ½ cup Messina Hof Private Reserve Chardonnay ½ cup fresh basil -chiffonade Salt and pepper to taste Instructions Blanch and […]

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Peppers – Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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PEPPERS – GARDENING TIPS FROM THE CULINARY VIEW as recommended by Michael Vidrine Did you know peppers – hot or sweet – are really berries? October is the first full month of autumn and can be a cornucopia.  Cool season crops are starting to come in and warm season vegetables get a second wind in […]

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Jujube – Gardening Tips from the Culinary View

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JUJUBE – GARDENING TIPS FROM THE CULINARY VIEW as recommended by Michael Vidrine It is certain that August will be a warm month and possibly quite dry as well.  Despite tough growing conditions,  we will be harvesting one of our most hardy and somewhat unusual fruit trees – the jujube. The jujube (Ziziphus jujuba ) […]

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