Tag: herbs

Best Herbs for Cooking

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on May 13, 2020 0 Comments
Best Herbs for Cooking

There are other food enhancers out there, like herbs and spices, that will take your red sauce or steak from flat to fantastic with just a few sprinkles – and won’t leave you bloated from too much salt.

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Coffee Cup Herb Garden

Filed in Grow Your Own Food by on February 11, 2020 0 Comments
Coffee Cup Herb Garden

Tame your overflowing coffee cup collection by turning it into an indoor herb garden.
Brighten up gray winter days by planting an indoor herb garden now.
Repurpose old, chipped or oversized mugs – turn them into a quick and easy indoor garden.

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Keep Herbs Fresh with Ultra-Violet Glass

Filed in Canning and Preserving by on March 2, 2017 0 Comments
Keep Herbs Fresh with Ultra-Violet Glass

Infinity Jars™ keep herbs fresh and flavorful. It’s time again to start planning this year’s herb garden. Herbs are the perfect plants if you don’t have much garden space or if you want a low-maintenance garden. Most herbs grow quickly, can be added to salads and entrées when fresh, and can be frozen or dried […]

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Make Your Own Tea Mixes

Filed in Grow Your Own Food by on December 2, 2016 0 Comments
Make Your Own Tea Mixes

Homemade tea blends make wonderful gifts for the tea lovers on your list. As a New England native, I grew up drinking tea. There was tea in the morning. Tea during dinner. Tea in the afternoon. Tea and toast before bed. There wasn’t much a good cup of tea couldn’t solve. There still isn’t. Although […]

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Quick Chicken and Noodles Recipe

Filed in Real Food by on October 26, 2015 0 Comments
Quick Chicken and Noodles Recipe

Easily adapt this recipe to make enough for one or two, or enough for a crowd. Or make some servings vegetarian and some servings for meat lovers. Cool, damp autumn weather makes us yearn for comfort food. This particular recipe must be one of the quickest, easiest, most adaptable recipes out there. Plus, you can […]

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Lazy Night Vegetarian Pasta

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on July 24, 2015 0 Comments
Lazy Night Vegetarian Pasta

Feeling lazy? Vegetarian pasta is the answer when you are just too tired to spend hours cooking. I have always found Thursday to be the toughest night of the week. We are all tired, but still have another full day to go before we can rest. When the kids were little, Thursday night was pizza […]

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Friday Round-Up: Cooking with Chives

Filed in Real Food by on May 15, 2015 1 Comment
Friday Round-Up: Cooking with Chives

I absolutely love chives. Plant them once, ignore them, and they will come back year after year. They are the first herb to poke their heads through the ground in the spring and keep blooming until a hard frost does them in late in the autumn. Chives can be used fresh or dried for later. […]

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Ratatouille

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on September 13, 2013 0 Comments
Ratatouille

Late summer harvest brings some of my favorite foods; dark, flavorful eggplant, ripe, juicy tomatoes, crisp bell peppers, and an abundance of zucchini. It’s the best time of year to make ratatouille! Sometimes, when I am yearning for summer days deep in the dark of winter, I purchase all these ingredients at the grocery store […]

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Homemade Herb Crackers

Filed in Recipes From the Garden, Uncategorized by on June 3, 2013 7 Comments
Homemade Herb Crackers

Chives are one of the easiest herbs to grow. Seems like you just plop them in the ground, forget about them, and they come back year after year just the same. In fact, sometimes they are just a little too enthusiastic and spill out into the whole garden. Even so, I love my chives. They […]

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Herbed Goat Cheese Dip

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on April 8, 2013 0 Comments
Herbed Goat Cheese Dip

Goat cheese, also known as Chevre, has to be one of the world’s most perfect foods.  Although some feel that  its distinctive flavor is an acquired taste, many of have learned to love its tangy creaminess. Goat’s milk, and therefore goat cheese, lacks the high lactose content of cow’s milk, making it easier to digest. […]

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