We are lucky enough to live on a farm and raise our own Dorper sheep and milk our own Jersey cows for the most incredible lamb and raw cream imaginable. Last night I made thyme lamb chops and show the technique of how to grill them in a cast iron pan. The thyme, raw cream aoli dressing was out of this world and the recipe is on my GrassFood blog.
Originally posted at Back to the Basics:Continue
Calling all herb crafters!
Are you aspiring to support yourself by supporting your community with homemade herbal goods? Well, Poppy Swap has got you covered with a FREE e-book that covers business savvy from online marketing, to product pricing, GMP…Continue
Added by Kristie Nackord on April 20, 2012 at 12:28pm — No Comments
Now that I'm reached the age where I can receive social security, I guess I'm old enough to be a crone. Being of age doesn't seem enough to qualify, however. I've always had an interest in herbs, growing them, and their uses, but of late I feel moved to learn even more about the making of remedies and using herbs more liberally in my cooking. Being handy with herbal remedies and such seems to be a wisdom I should have to be a true crone.
I've been reading The Herbal…Continue
Added by Jennie Sayers on January 5, 2012 at 3:17pm — No Comments
Even though it’s the middle of summer and no one is thinking about colds or the flu, it is NOW that you can be growing, harvesting, and making your medicine!
Below are 4 common garden herbs you may want to consider cultivating in your garden to help boost your immune system.