From Sourdough to Sauerkraut: Learn about Fermenting, Pickling Foods

It all started when I said I didn’t like pickles, and I’m not too hot on kimchi or kombucha either. OK, said Tim Preston, let’s really talk fermented foods. Do you like chocolate, black tea, sourdough bread, or yogurt? They’re all fermented foods. And anyone who’s a fan of Thai, Japanese or Chinese food knows fish sauce and oyster sauce are key parts of Asian cooking. They’re made from fermented seafood; soy sauce, another Asian staple, is fermented soy beans. So, when you put it that way, fermented foods are my thing. What’s not to like? And that’s even before anyone’s mentioned alcohol. If you want to find out the difference between fermenting and pickling, how to do both with your food an

Fiesta in the Garden a Smash!

The Windsor Garden Club hosts an annual potluck in June for gardeners to get to know each other. It's always held at the Windsor Town Green Community Garden; club members and community gardeners and their families are invited. We're happy so many families and children attended this year (June 24, 2017)! The taco bar and the piñata were a smashing success! We can't wait to do it again next year! Check out the photos in a slideshow here.

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