Salmon En Papillote (Salmon in Parchment) & Wine Tips

WINE Genesis: 9:20  After Noah and his sons came out of the ark, Noah, a husbandman, began to till the ground, and planted a vineyard.  JOHN 2:1-10  – Jesus performed his first public miracle at Cana in Galilee turning water into wine. Wine is mentioned a lot of times in the Bible.  Did the people of Bible Days …

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When Will Humming Birds Appear in Your Area? Here’s the Map

From friend and colleague, Ron Wilson. Check out his site for a larger photo of the map. Ron Wilson – Gardening Tips From Ron Wilson Ron’s Blog Listen to Ron Anytime Ron Recommends Contact Ron Ron Wilson

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Roast Chicken with Bay, Garlic and Rosemary So Good

Today Annie Mitchell and I chatted on the Sonrise Morning Show about the herb Bay and its biblical roots. Bay Laurel has an ancient and fascinating history. Every part of the tree was used and thought of as powerful. The Romans believed that lightning never struck the bay leaf tree and so wore crowns of its …

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Is it Creeping Charlie or Henbit? Or Purple Dead Nettle?

Such confusion abounds in early spring when these three spring edibles grow at the same time. And Henbit and Creeping Charlie look alike so even I sometimes have to refresh my memory. And I did just that by taking photos, and gleaning information about each.   Henbit Look closely and the leaves look very lacy. …

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Rediscovering Tapioca Pudding

  Have you made tapioca pudding lately? It was a comfort food staple when my kids were not feeling well and needed an appetite boost. When Grandson Jack came down with the flu, I made a big pot of chicken noodle soup for him and some tapioca pudding. Both hit the spot, but I think …

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A Springtime Walk in the Woods – Guess What I found!

Another spring day to explore.  As I walked down the steps leading to the East Fork River I found some brave little wild flowers poking through the cold soil. (Will it ever get warm?). The top photo is blood wort, which the Indian used medicinally and as a dye. If you break the stem, you’ll …

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Dandelion Lavender Muffins, Anyone?

  Once again, my adventurous neighbor Erin Phillips of Phillipsfarmbatavia.com was in her kitchen again, making muffins. But not just ordinary muffins. Muffins with dandelion flowers and lavender. She brought me some over. Need I say they were different and yummy? Check out her recipe on her site. 

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A Spring Salad of Wild Edibles

Yum! I picked these today. All bursting with nutrition and delish with a simple balsamic dressing. Also, check out an article I wrote or Edible Ohio Valley on foraging for spring wild edibles. I think you’ll like it!

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Red & Gold Beet Salad Best Ever

How many of you didn’t like beets as a kid but love them now? Count me in on that one. Fresh beets were not something I grew up with (they’re available now year ‘round), but canned beets made their appearance with some hard boiled egg on top. My husband, Frank, has always loved beets but …

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Russian Kale is Tender and Yummy in Salad

I love any kind of kale, but Russian is my favorite. It’s tender and like all kales, chock full of vitamins and minerals. An anti-cancer green as well!  Here’s my latest have shared by a reader. RUSSIAN KALE SALAD Ingredients Salad Combine and set aside: 4 cups very finely chopped kale Palmful chopped toasted almonds 1 …

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