Category Archives: Recipes
This is one of my favorite desserts, especially this time of year when it’s bleak and gray outside. The initial recipe was from a friend at church in Rockford, IL. way back in 1972, or so. As an herb lover, … Continue reading
While there are two types of chamomile, generally the annual “German” (Matricaria recutita) chamomile is the most used. It has tall (15-18”) stems of dainty white daisy flowers that are used for teas, culinary, and medicinal purposes. If … Continue reading
This will be a short review, because there’s not much to harvest outdoors in December in central Indiana! It was a cold, bleak month overall, with very little sunshine or snow. The temperatures dropped and by the time I dug … Continue reading
Merry Christmas to All! The December Newsletter has just been posted on the website, filled with upcoming events, gardening info, an herb of the season, and two yummy recipes for entertaining. Happy Holidays and Herbal Blessings!
It’s the holiday season, with lots of parties to attend and host. It’s also the time of year when brussel sprouts are abundant, inexpensive, and at their best. Here’s a recipe I developed for my first book, “Herbal Beginnings,” which … Continue reading
As most of you know or may have guessed, I’m a tea addict so I’m always trying new combinations of herbs for tea blends. Actually, my entire passion for herbs began with tea herbs when I impulsively picked up … Continue reading