“Peas and carrots,” Farmer Lee Jones mused just a few days ago, “go together like a sock and a shoe.” That’s hard to debate and we quickly realized that his mind was on the best of the summer crops. So, we asked him to share what fresh vegetables he’d put on his 2018 summer crops list. The first? Petite carrots! The second? Mixed snow peas. Here’s more.
Signs of spring here in Huron, Ohio range from the proverbial robin to the gentle (and not-so-gentle) showers – and, of course, the brilliant green shoots of new peas. At The Chef’s Garden, we eagerly wait for fresh peas to emerge – and here are just five of the reasons why we’re so enthralled with this marvelous vegetable.
“Life is fun,” four-time James Beard Award winner Andrew Zimmern tell us, “if you commit yourself to service and be part of the ‘we.’”
In a horse race, the outcome is anyone’s guess. But, everyone’s a winner at Chef Carl Schultz’s Tryon Equestrian Properties restaurant.
If the squash blossom is the darling princess of The Chef’s Garden, then asparagus is king.
Heck. Asparagus might as well be the whole royal family.
When making a Sunday brunch reservation feels like trying to score tickets to a Beyoncé concert, you know you’re on to something good. That’s kind of how it is at the Army Navy Country Club’s Mother’s Day brunch.