Monthly Archive: June 2014

CARING FOR YOUR HERBS DURING GROWING SEASON

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CARING FOR YOUR HERBS DURING GROWING SEASON By now, most of us will have planted our herbs, either in pots or in the ground. (No, it’s not to late to plant herbs, especially seeds of cilantro for a continued harvest). Growing herbs is not hard, but there are a few tips that are helpful: Sun …

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How to make yourself a radish convert

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Roasted radishes and carrots with thyme I grow many kinds of radishes, from the classic round to French breakfast. Radishes have an ancient Biblical history. They were fed to slaves and generally eaten raw. Because of their vitamin C, folic acid and potassium, radishes were a health and energy giving vegetable for the slaves. Today …

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You asked for it again: Tabouleh!

My Mom’s Tabouleh I had a couple of listeners on Sacred Heart Radio ask me about Lebanese recipes to make at home. Let’s start with tabouleh. Tabouleh is a favorite at my house. It’s a wonderful way to use oh-so-popular ancient grains. Fresh parsley, bulgur wheat and a few other fresh ingredients pulled together with a …

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