Written By: Susan Maslowski Pumpkin Apple Pie combines two seasonal favorites. The slightly crunchy texture of apples in this creamy pumpkin pie is sure to be a hit. Homemade pumpkin purée has a lighter flavor and consistency than canned pumpkin. One of the easiest ways to make fresh purée is to use a slow cooker.
Written By: Susan Maslowski Delicata squash is a variety of winter squash. It is oblong and has a pale-yellow skin with green and orange stripes. The color has no bearing on the ripeness. The interior is light orange and resembles the flesh of butternut squash. Delicata squash also goes by the names peanut squash, Bohemian
This column first appeared in the Charleston Gazette-Mail on July 9, 2022. The seed was planted, so to speak, more than a decade ago. A group of community members came together for a common purpose: address the need for better quality food choices locally (this was just after our city was proclaimed “the unhealthiest city
WV Farm2Fork: Getting in a Pickle Link to the Charleston Gazette-Mail story Cucumbers, peppers, garlic, corn, beets, onions, asparagus, beans — the list goes on. Pickling is a traditional Appalachian method of food preservation and one of The Wild Ramp’s top-selling food categories. We stock a variety of these items from several different local
WV Farm2Fork: Saving food at home and through the Harvest Kitchen We are excited to announce that we are back to doing a monthly column for the Charleston Gazette-Mail! Here is the most recent. The summer harvest season is coming to an end, and sought-after items, such as tomatoes, green beans and corn, are slowly being