Category Archive: Herb

Ancient Grains: Everything Old is New Again

Ancient Grains - Quinoa Timbale

Ancient Grains I’m amazed at the number of recipes that call for ancient grains in the latest magazines, blogs and newspapers. And I love how many of these ancient grains show ups as “new” in the local grocery store. Wonderful grains that are becoming more readily available – not just at health food stores any …

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Vinegar Recipe: Delicious Vinegar and a Vinaigrette Dressing Recipe

Vinegar Recipe - Basil

Vinegar Recipe with Herbs When I was a kid, the two kinds of vinegar most people used were cider made from apples and clear made from grains. Boy things have changed. Today we have all kinds of vinegar, from apple cider, clear, to trendy Sherry vinegars and Balsamic vinegars. This is a wonderful vinegar recipe …

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Vanilla Recipe: Easy How To Make Vanilla Extract

Vanilla Recipe

Vanilla Recipe: Easy How To Make Vanilla Extract Creating your own vanilla from this easy to follow vanilla recipe is simple – but does take a bit of patience. After putting the easy ingredients in a small bottle, the flavor of vanilla needs time to infuse and share it’s delicious sweet and rich flavor. In …

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Shiso

Shiso (pronounced SHEE-soh) is one of the most popular culinary herbs in Japan. Perhaps best known in the United States for its use as a sushi wrapper, the leaf has a number of uses in the kitchen.bn  It comes in two varieties: green and reddish-purple. Shiso is also called by different names. It’s ohba (pronounced OH-ba) at the sushi bar; …

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Mary Garden: A Tribute to Mary in the Garden

A Mary Garden for Mother’s Day Gardens were started during medieval times and were usually gardens that were enclosed, often in monasteries. I understand you have a portion of your herb garden devoted to bible herbs and Mary called a “Mary Garden”. I have always felt that an herb garden needs a statue of Mary, even …

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Stevia: The Sweet Herb

Stevia Plant from Rita's Garden

RITA’S SPA WATER WITH LEMON AND MINT   Stevia – The Sweet Herb Stevia is the Sweetest Natural Product Known. Stevia, The Sweet Herb Stevia: We get requests for information about Stevia, the natural sweetener, from friends of AboutEating.com almost every day. So, I’ve put together an article with information about growing Stevia, Preserving Stevia and …

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