Photo by Rick Gush Romano green beans are my favorite beans! I had never grown Romano green beans before I came to Italy, and the only ones I had eaten were, I realize now, horribly overcooked. Romano beans have a bit of mucilage like okra, but only a small amount. Unfortunately, overcooking is how to […]
The sweet nectar from elderberry plants is used in a popular liqueur in Italy.
You’ll be surprised with the taste of this palatte-pleasing crop.
Photo by Rick Gush White asparagus is mostly grown in Germany, but I can find it here in Italy just fine. One of the things I love about the Internet is that it is full of lies, but it is also a great place to do research. So good, that Iâ€™ve gotten rid of all […]
Because of the many different ways Italian summer squash, or trumpets, can be grown, it has become one of my favorite crops.
Kiwi vines grow fairly well if you watch for PSA and temperature changes.
Kale’s dark-green leaves are nutrition-dense and easy-to-grow, even out here in Italy.