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If summer had a taste, it would be peaches, don’t you think? Preserving that taste in low sugar peach jam means you can delight in that taste all winter long.Continue Reading
I don’t grow lemon balm in my garden, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t get to enjoy it’s lemony goodness. I found a really nice patch growing wild along a trail while out walking one day. So I can harvest enough for lemon balm iced tea just about any time I like.Continue Reading
One of the delights of spring is rhubarb, right? We would harvest a stalk or two from a neighbor’s yard as children, sprinkle it with sugar, and nibble away. The combination of sweet and tart was a treat for our tastebuds.
We have a large, healthy patch of rhubarb. A friend kept asking me last year why I never harvest my rhubarb. Are you kidding? I take and take and it just keeps giving and giving.Continue Reading
The first time I made mayonnaise was close to 40 years ago and it was anything but easy. I whisked it by hand. It turned out fine, but the effort involved was over-the-top. That’s why I’m so glad I’ve found a way to make an easy, homemade mayonnaise that’s super delicious, and full of quality nutrient-dense ingredients.Continue Reading
It’s dandelion season! Most people disparage dandelion in their lawn, but there are a number of us who celebrate it. The flowers, leaves and roots are all edible, and perfect for Dandelion Flower Fritters and other wonderful treats.