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Placer County winery Vina Castellano provided the wine for our Celebrate PlacerGROWN Week Blogger Tour. Cheers!

Placer County winery Vina Castellano provided the wine for our Celebrate PlacerGROWN Week Blogger Tour. Cheers!

Tour the Placer County #Wine Trail! http://www.sierraculture.com/foodwineart/food/foraged-food-chef-hank-shaw-at-truckees-cedar-house-on-july-16/

Tour the Placer County #Wine Trail! http://www.sierraculture.com/foodwineart/food/foraged-food-chef-hank-shaw-at-truckees-cedar-house-on-july-16/

Nevada City Winery Paint and Pour Community Canvas event, Sunday, June 30th 1-4pm, Nevada City arts and wine

Nevada City Winery Paint and Pour Community Canvas event, Sunday, June 30th 1-4pm, Nevada City arts and wine

Summer peach bruschetta...This was quite yummy. A light refreshing lunch. I didn't have enough peaches so I used mango (but the mango was a little bitter:() So, next time I would like to try this with a combo of peaches and strawberries OR just peaches.

Summer peach bruschetta...This was quite yummy. A light refreshing lunch. I didn't have enough peaches so I used mango (but the mango was a little bitter:() So, next time I would like to try this with a combo of peaches and strawberries OR just peaches.

No Waste Vegetable Broth. I save celery tops, carrot ends (not the leafy green parts—they may lend a bitter flavor), the ends of onions, cauliflower cores, garlic cloves that have begun to dry out, the ends of green beans, tomato cores, broccoli that has seen better days and so on. I collect these bits in glass jars and containers and freeze them. As I collect more scraps, they go into the jars. Once I have amassed at least a few jars’ worth, I make broth using the following recipe.

No Waste Vegetable Broth. I save celery tops, carrot ends (not the leafy green parts—they may lend a bitter flavor), the ends of onions, cauliflower cores, garlic cloves that have begun to dry out, the ends of green beans, tomato cores, broccoli that has seen better days and so on. I collect these bits in glass jars and containers and freeze them. As I collect more scraps, they go into the jars. Once I have amassed at least a few jars’ worth, I make broth using the following recipe.

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