Cornbread- a classic southern creations as baked by Brett in Out of the Shadows.
I am in the middle of a lovely and busy week. Heather of the Texas Worm Ranch and I teamed up for a class on Tuesday. We had a sweet, small group of ladies who enjoyed a wonderful herb themed lunch. Those recipes will be posted later. First, I need to post the recipe I… Continue reading Cucumber & Peach Salad
Just two seasons ago I had know idea what to do with Swiss Chard. But, I bought some because it is so beautiful- and it is pretty enough to be grown for gorgeous foliage all on its own. But it would be just silly to not harvest and eat those beautiful leaves. One cup of… Continue reading Swiss Chard- A Power-Packed Beauty In The Garden
Cool weather makes one want a nice cup of hot tea, and an herbal tea will not only warm the soul but it will boost your immune system as well. To Make A Tea: Place one teaspoon of dried herbs in a tea bag, a tea egg, or loose in a cup and pour hot… Continue reading How To Make Herbal Tea
I must say that for years, I had an aversion to sweet potatoes. The only form in which I had ever encountered them was creamed with marshmallow on top. While most of my family loved these at Christmas, I did and do not. Not until my husband requested sweet potato fries did I reconsider this… Continue reading Oven Roasted Sweet Potato Fries with Rosemary
As we journey along on our path to health, herbs are playing a huge role. The home medicine cabinet can be stocked with so much that will keep the doctor away and keep your body humming like a well-oiled machine. One of the items in my medicine cabinet that I wanted to replace was deodorant.… Continue reading Herbal Deodorant- A Recipe
This is a post from the archives, but Cheyenne made a batch of salsa yesterday and she just nailed it. That Salsa is so good, it needed to be shared again! Me & Cheyenne (drinking bubbly apple juice) Cheyenne and I share a lot of things. For instance, neither one of us can hide… Continue reading For the love of Salsa!
When I need to give an animal electrolytes this is the recipe I use: Electrolytes 1 quart of water- boil and let it cool Dandelion greens and roots- place in the water after it has come to a boil, the herbs will steep as the water cools, strain before mixing with the rest of the… Continue reading Electrolytes For Livestock
One thing I have encountered in my quest to cook healthy food which means very little from cans and nothing from boxes is the challenge of finding good casserole recipes that do not call for canned cream of mushroom soup. Most of our favorite recipes from "the old days" had cream of mushroom soup in… Continue reading Quick & Easy Cream of Mushroom Soup