Everyone with a garden spends the late Summer noticing the ever-shortening evenings. As if the sun is reminding you from just above the horizon, exactly how amazing those crops look. Whether a small raised bed or acreage, a sewn seed brought to harvest is important. I get my ingredients, for the most part, from stores. … Continue reading Summer Wanes. Hatch and Harvest.
As regular readers of this blog already know, I like to avoid pre-mixed spices and spice kits for marinades, sauces, and so on. I was just mixing up a batch of taco seasonings for tonight’s dinner when it occurred to me to share my recipe (which is really pretty flexible depending on your taste). 1/4 … Continue reading Make Your Own Taco Seasoning
Easy. Healthy. Versatile. Fast. That’s smart snacking! Continue reading Simple Hummus Recipe
Here are three simple marinades you can make quickly, with just a few ingredients. Continue reading Three Marinade Recipes
These are also all great infused into iced teas. Continue reading Herb & Fruit-Infused Water
The herbs I cook with the most grow in my garden. It saves money. They taste better, and I can harvest them fresh any time I want. Continue reading Herbs & Your Garden
I tried it out in my 7-day perpetual bone broth and I will use this likely hundreds of times. Continue reading Tool Day: Bouquet Garni