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Martha Stewart On Her New In-Ground Greenhouse, Veggie Daughter

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In a new interview with the Dallas News, Martha Stewart chats up her new cookbook — Martha Stewart’s Cooking School: Lessons and Recipes for the Home Cook — why her vegetarian daughter is a better cook, and her cool, new in-ground greenhouse. Here are some higlights:

On her daughter Alexis and her cooking skills:

“My daughter is a better cook than I am. And she’s the first to admit it! She’s limited somewhat in what she cooks because she is a vegetarian. But she’s a fantastic baker.” (Check out her blog here.)

On her new year-round gardening abilities:

“I have a new in-the-ground greenhouse devoted to growing vegetables all year-round. Because it is in-ground, it uses the least amount of energy to heat it. It creates its own heat. I have leeks, beans, turnips, lettuces, herbs, artichokes, beets and Chinese cabbages now growing. And soon I will plant tomatoes, cucumbers and peas. All organic, all local and homegrown. I can’t wait!”

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