Tag: fred lee
Who knew? It’s mid-November and still no frost in sight. I would have imagined a year ago that it would definitely be a done season for gardening by this time, but in fact, many plants grow best in the fall, like the crucifers — cabbages, broccoli and such — which Long Island farmer Fred Lee [...]
Before I start giving away clues about this week’s mystery plant photo, I wanted to share some exciting news. This Sunday, I’ll be talking about plants, urban agriculture, and cooking with healthy greens at WNYC’s Greenspace for a series called “Lopate and Locavores.” Fred Lee (from one of my absolute fave organic farms Sang Lee [...]
Posted: November 3rd, 2010 under Uncategorized.
Tags: eat your greens, fred lee, grace young, james beard, james beard's american cookery, leonard lopate, lopate and locavores, name that plant, sang lee farms
This was a lunch from a few weeks back at the brewery, but since the cucumbers are just starting to balloon, I thought it’d be a good time to bring it up. All spring I’ve been waiting for cucumbers… and more cucumbers. I’m told that these plants are very prolific, and just one should provide [...]
Posted: June 24th, 2010 under Lunches.
Tags: annie novak, beer brauts, cucumber, eagle street rooftop farm, fred lee, hot pepper jelly, mike betit, persian cucumber, sang lee farms, sausage, spent grain bread, spent grain roll, spent grain sourdough, tamarack hollow farm