Often called sunchokes, these knobby looking tubers have the crisp texture of water chestnuts and offer a nutty flavor that is a wonderful alternative to potatoes. You can purchase small tubers from specialty stores and plant them in early spring in well-drained soil with a PH of about 7.0. They are usually ready for harvest after the first frost in late fall. Scrub and roast them like potatoes with a little garlic and chili oil for a taste treat.
Modern Black Kitchen with Black Subway Tile Backsplash
The new kitchen in the home that Leanne and Steve Renovated together, in order to create a very modern feel Leanne put an ebony butcherblock countertop with black backsplash as seen on Restored by the Fords.