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Feasting on Herbs and Flowers

This is my favorite time of year to include a big handful of herbs and flowers in every meal.  Herbs have fully leafed out and are starting to grow tender new leaves.  The flowers in bloom are ever evolving, and … Continue reading

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Spring Projects with Kids

It’s still pretty white around here.  With warming temperatures come the wet and muddy conditions that define Vermont’s mud season.  Here are some things we’re doing to remind us that the flowers and fresh green leaves of spring will be coming … Continue reading

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Summer’s Edible Flowers

Eating flowers is fun!  For adults, garnishing meals with flowers and petals really makes the food seem more special.  For kids,  experiencing edible flowers is a great way to use all five senses, encourages taste testing and trying new flavors, … Continue reading

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Early Signs of Spring

On Groundhog Day, February 2, 2012, I noticed Iris leaves poking up into the air, swelling of the buds of some street trees, and blooming Snow Drops scattered across a yard I passed as I returned to my apartment from … Continue reading

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