Spotting Bagworms Friend and colleague, and, of course, garden expert, Ron Wilson shared this information from his site today. I don’t know about you, but we have bagworms on our spruce trees and now, thanks to Ron, I’m going out and do some scouting. Jan 30, 2020 Ever drive by a tree and say to yourself, something doesn’t look right. Many Blue Spruce,Picea pungens ‘Glauca’,are … Continue reading Spotting Bagworms – Yes Do It Now!
Today chatting with Matt Swaim on the Sunrise Morning Show/Sacred Heart Radio it was all about olive oil. Here’s some interesting Biblical and current facts about this healthy oil. And, of course, a fun and yummy recipe for game day. Olive Oil Exodus 27:20 Command the people of Israel to bring you pure oil of pressed olives for the light, to keep the lamps burning … Continue reading All About Olive Oil and Layered Nachos for Super Bowl
I’ve mentioned before that every once in a while you and I are on the same page when it comes to what to make for supper. It happened again recently when, after a presentation, a fellow came up and asked if I had a recipe for oven barbecued ribs. “I don’t want to mess with the grill in this weather,” he said. I had to … Continue reading Super Bowl Faves: Oven BBQ Ribs and Slow Cooker/Instapot Pulled Pork
Colleague and garden guru Ron Wilson, shared this information about honey bees surviving in the winter. Getting a beehive through the winter is the greatest hardship in Routt County (that’s a part of Colorado) beekeeping, said Bill Fetcher, who keeps seven hives between the Fetcher Ranch in North Routt and his home a few miles north of Steamboat Springs. “If I were a queen bee … Continue reading What Happens to Honey Bees in Winter?
I love talking to Matt Swaim each week on the Sunrise Morning Show, Sacred Heart Radio about Bible foods and herbs. Check out his blog – it never fails to give me a chuckle, while educating me, as well. Today we talked about pistachios. Here’s a bit of trivia, along with 2 of the best recipes for granola (yes, another granola, but so simple) and … Continue reading An Ancient Biblical Nut, Pistachios Star in Granola Bars and Maple Granola
Butterfly pea tea – photo Wikipedia Fish in parchment A few food trends for 2020 have really caught my eye. Among them is the color blue. No, not blueberries. Or even blue potatoes. Have I peaked your interest? Read on. Purple yams Ube is the new “it” root veggie — actually more purple than blue. It’s showing up in ice creams and donuts. Mountain spinach Orach, … Continue reading 2020 Food Trends and Fish en Papillote
I enjoy chatting with Matt Swaim on the Sunrise Morning Show/Sacred Heart radio on Thursday mornings. Today we talked about a favorite herb: rosemary. If you bought a rosemary “tree” during the holidays, check out my tip for keeping it healthy, below. HERBS ASSOCIATED WITH BIBLE TIMES BUT NOT MENTIONED SPECIFICALLY IN THE BIBLE: ROSEMARY Rosemary is an herb associated with Bible times but not mentioned specifically in … Continue reading Rosemary, Trendy “Bible” Herb and Ina’s Potatoes