If you have been eating your way through the garden this winter, no doubt you are acquainted with the brassica family. Members of this family include arugula, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, rutabaga, turnips, radishes, collard greens and mustard greens. They are cool season vegetables, planted in the fall in Dallas, Texas and harvested all through our mild winter.
Right now I am smacking my lips thinking of the cauliflower picked and prepared at Linda’s yesterday. The recipe will be in our new Master Gardener cookbook, A Year on the Plate, which we hope, hope, hope to publish this year.
Along with harvesting and enjoying winter veggies, you should be planting onions now. Onion planting instructions and recipes are all through our blog. You can’t escape them.
Pictures by Starla
What’s coming up in 2016?
Seed Swap Day at Whole Foods at Preston Forest, January 30
More information about our cookbook, A Year on the Plate.
A how-to video about braiding onions so you will remember to get yours planted right away