In California’s Central Valley ag country, No Gardeners Left Behind-a group of teachers at Yolo Middle School, in Newman-have…
John also recently harvested his potatoes and plans to make sourdough potato-onion bread! John frequently shares his homemade bread with the Yolo staff and it is awesome.Here is his exact step-by-step process:
Potato-onion bread, part 1: Making and kneading the doughPart 2: Letting it rise nice and slow Part 3: Shaping the loaves; the second rise.
Back to the Garden
Cheryl’s grandson with a lemon cucumber, a zucchini, and yellow crockneck squashCheryl’s grandson proudly shows off the fruits of labor at his grandparents’ house. He enjoys harvesting, and he planted the sunflowers as well. As for me, I’ve been busy in the kitchen making orange marmalade with the last of my oranges, strawberry meyer lemon jam (using the OneBlockDiet.com recipe that was posted a bit ago), and most recently peach pie preserves made from peaches from our school orchard. (We have apple and plum trees at school too.) Top to bottom: Orange marmalade, strawberry meyer lemon jam, and peach preserves. Keep growing!
By Karen March, Team LeaderPosted and edited by Margo True, Sunset Food Editor