Category Archive: Most Requested Recipes

Greek Salad Sub

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See the basil in the black kettle in my herb garden Greek salad sub If you have basil growing, this sub is the perfect place to use the leaves you are pinching back. Go to taste on ingredients; use the recipe as a guide. Ingredients 2 medium finely diced tomatoes 1/2 cup finely diced cucumber …

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Coconut Pound Cake Irresistible

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Here’s a unique coconut pound cake worth the time from Lois Boekley.  Coconut pound cake Lois Boekley, a Sharonville resident, and I have become friends during the many years she has attended my classes. Lois is what I call a ‘scientific baker”, leaving nothing to chance in a recipe. She shares this special and unique …

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Wax on Cucumbers: Can it be Removed?

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    I grow my own cucumbers so there’s no wax on them to remove. But if you buy them from the store, most of the time they have a waxy coating, except for the English cucumbers which are wrapped and I don’t think they have any coating at all. Anyway, here’s the deal: If you …

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Chopped Salad to tote for Memorial Day Picnic

Each Thursday I chat with Anna Mitchell on the Sonrise Morning Show at Sacred Heart Radio about Bible foods & herbs.  Today we talked about cucumbers, which were such a valuable commodity during Bible days that people supposedly guarded them in watch towers. Back then, what we know as the snake cucumber was grown. It’s a …

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Homemade Vegetable Stock Easy to Make

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  HOMEMADE VEGGIE STOCK Adapted from All Recipes site. Grapeseed or olive oil 1 very large yellow onion – add peel to stock for color and nutrients 2 stalks celery, including some leaves OR 3 stems lovage with leaves or cutting celery (see photos below) 2 large carrots, unpeeled 4 large cloves garlic, peeled and …

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Tips and Tricks to Make Gardening Easy On Your Joints

                 Prevention & Wellness Events Ron Wilson and I will be doing our annual presentation for the Christ Hospital Wellness event. Here’s the details – and I sure hope you can join us this Saturdaya May 20 at Natorp’s at 1:00 PM.  No kidding, everyone who attended last …

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Sad News

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My sweet sis, Judy, passed away this week, so I won’t be posting for a few days as we gather family and friends together for a celebratory mass.  She was my idol when we were kids and just a year older than me. Thoughts and prayers are much appreciated. Blessings, Rita  

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My Mary Garden in Spring

  In the south corner of my herb garden sits a statue of Mary. She is surrounded by significant herbs and flowers. Here’s a photo taken today. More on the flowers later!

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Reader Favorite: Always Ready Refrigerator Bran Muffins

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For Betsy, who lost her recipe for this.  “Several years ago you published a bran muffin recipe in the Northern Hills Journal.  The batter can be kept in the refrigerator for 2-3 weeks.  I have used this recipe many times using various fresh or dried fruits, nuts, added flax meal and different grains as add …

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Special Class at Turner Farms with Rita and Ron

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Only a few spots left! This is a one of a kind class and I hope you can come. Here’s the deal:   The Yardboy and the Cook present: The Alchemy of Herbs and Edible Flowers, Plus Tips for Carefree Landscape and Gardening Monday, May 8th: 6:30-8pm Join renowned herb expert Rita Heikenfeld and Ron Wilson …

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