Consequently, we've had the opportunity to explore some new dishes and a couple of our favorite recipes have been added to the website. Get the recipe for a ricotta omelet here. The other recipe is a delectable dessert that took advantage of our abundance of eggs. For the Butterscotch Souffle recipe, it is recommended to use large eggs. Save your smaller eggs for more yolk intensive recipes which I will be posting more about in the coming month. The recipe is really not that complicated and your family and friends will love it.
This is also a good time to think about next season's fruits and vegetables. As trees prepare for dormancy, it is also time to think about what new trees you would like to plant during the late fall and dormant seasons. How about starting your own sustainable orchard? Orchards aren't black magic if you are well equipped with criticial information such as a tree's height, spacing, pollination requirements and so forth. To get more ideas, visit the Organic Orchard Planning page to learn what requirements each tree has. When selecting tree types and varieties, be sure to do your homework and learn which varieties will grow in your specific geographic area. We'll talking more about planting trees as we get closer to that time of year.
Hope you have a great weekend and get a chance to think about what you would like to accomplish this fall to prepare for spring's gardening season.