Shannon Douglas of Honest Magazine defines "cooking intuitively" is a style of cooking based on understanding the fundamentals of cooking and paying close attention to your ingredients. In this episode she joins Hilary to discuss some general garden-inspired cooking tips that you can apply to a variety of crops. They'll focus on 2 spring crops, peas and radishes, to help illustrate these points. As always, Hilary will sprinkle in her harvesting and gardening tips as they relate to cooking intuitively.
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More about this weeks guest expert:
Shannon Douglas is the cook and photographer behind Honest Magazine, a quarterly publication focused on cooking, foraging, gardening and wildflowers, and the way these practices weave together to create an honest and connected life. In addition to the magazine, Shannon teaches classes on intuitive cooking and rustic crafts that bring us back into the wild and the wild back into us. She's a big believer in hammocks and is always on the lookout for new "weeds" to bring into the kitchen.
About the Host:
Hello, I’m Hilary Dahl. Outside of this podcast, my job is to help beginning and experienced growers create beautiful and productive gardens. I have the unique experience of working in on a wide range of projects, from small backyard garden plots to multi-acre vegetable farms. I also work in my own garden every day when I get home. This podcast is an opportunity to discuss seasonal garden topics and share the the joy of growing your own food.