Photo credit kitchn.com Today, Matt Swaim from Sacred Heart Radio’s Sonrise Morning Show and I talked about the upcoming All Saints and All Souls Day and how they relate to a secular Halloween. When was All Saints Day first instituted? Lots of legends abound about the beginning of All Saints Day. From what I can gather, though, way back in the 800’s the Pope … Continue reading Chorizo Nachos with Homemade White Queso
Importance of Watering It’s Dry! Be sure to water all your plants including your new trees and shrubs.How should you water new trees and plants?Ron Wilson shares his watering know how and tips for keeping your new plants and trees healthyWatch Here! Continue reading How to Water New Tree and Plants
Today on the Sonrise Morning Show Matt Swaim and I talked about artichokes. Artichokes: Gen 3:18 “Thorns also and thistles shall it bring forth to thee; and thou shalt eat the herb of the field.”The artichoke is a domesticated variety of the wild cardoon (I grow cardoon in my Bible section of the herb garden). It looks very similar to an artichoke plant. The cardoon … Continue reading Artichokes in Curry and Salad
Our garden is gourd and winter squash central for family, neighbors and friends. The little ones love to explore the vines holding these autumn treasures. During a recent hunt, granddaughters Ellery, Eva and Emerson found what they claimed was a new kind of gourd. Not so. They found edible tan honey nut squash, a very small member of the large butternut squash family. I planted … Continue reading Butternut and Chickpea Tagine
I was in the mood for apple dumplings so I made a batch. It was the perfect fall day for making apple butter and applesauce, too. Judy M., a longtime reader, loves the apple butter from Nashville House in Nashville, Indiana. “My sisters and I want to get together and make apple butter and we’re looking for that recipe,” Judy said. She has great memories … Continue reading A is for Apple: Dumplings, Butter & Sauce!
Can you guess what the photo is? Pea sprouts! Today Matt Swaim of the Sonrise Morning Show/Sacred Heart Radio, chatted about sprouts and their links to Bible days. Yep, in Ezekiel 4:9 the subject is a bread made with sprouted grains and legumes. In Biblical times, grains were often prepared by soaking, fermenting, or sprouting before being consumed. And the grains were whole and definitely … Continue reading Let’s Sprout some Seeds and Grains!
My friends and fellow foragers, Butch and Char Castle, and I went foraging for these gems a couple days ago. All I can say is WOW! What’s your take on these incredible edibles from Mother Nature? Have you ever found any? Have you ever prepared or eaten these beauties? Not to mention, how nutritious they are…. Continue reading Chicken of the Woods Mushrooms: A Forager’s Bounty