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Sometimes you just don’t have the time to dive into a multi-step recipe. Summer days are often quite full of activity. But summer is also the time when beautiful fresh ingredients abound. Spring rolls to the rescue! All you need … Continue reading
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
May in Vermont is truly beautiful. Bright blue skies and the vivid greens of fields and forests are such a contrast from the greys and browns of early spring. Song birds and flower blooms add spots of color to the … Continue reading
We love good butter in our household. We’ve believed in the benefits of eating butter from grass-fed cows for some time, and now the mainstream media is now slowly catching on. Both NPR and The New York Times reported on … Continue reading
As temperatures dip back down to zero, I find myself making cups of tea more and more often. I enjoy picking herbs that energize before work, calm before bed time, sooth the itch I feel starting in my throat, or … Continue reading