Homemade pasta is a little bit of a miracle. It only takes a few ingredients: eggs & flour, maybe some olive oil. After a little kneading, rest time, and rolling, the fresh pasta is ready to plunge into boiling water and cooks in a matter of minutes. Pasta is a great vehicle for seasonal spring vegetables such as peas, asparagus, artichoke, arugula, spinach, broccoli, kale, chard, mushrooms, or fresh herbs. Add a little butter or olive oil and a sprinkle of good Parmesan cheese, and you’ve truly got a delicious meal. Continue reading
I have been admiring living willow structures for a while now. Common willow objects include tunnels, figures, furniture, and shade structures. These are much more common in the UK than they are here in the States. Almost any idea that you can hatch for some sort of cool, 3D shape is possible to create. After the planning is done on paper, you need a source of willow branches (called rods) that are straight and pretty long. Continue reading
When you visit The Edible Schoolyard this spring, check out our new plant labels!
Many thanks to our awesome intern Becca!