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    Hot Cross Buns and Fresh Bay Leaves

    Today I got a hankering for hot cross buns, which I have not made in quite awhile--it is that time of year that we see them for sale. Well, the…

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    Dandelions–Welcome this Spring Bitter!

    I enjoy bitter--bitter herbs, bitter foods and bitters, the magic digestive elixirs. They are spring tonics and dandelions are one of my favorites--I've been harvesting the leaves, flowers and roots…

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    Farro Salad, Mediterranean-Style

    Recently, someone gave me a bag of farro. I have cooked farro, which is a type of wheat berry, as well as kamut and spelt in my past, however not…

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    Wild Weed and Seasonal Green Recipes

    In our recent wild weeds class, we made a soup, salsa verde and salad. Here is a recipe for a soup featuring wild edibles and seasonal greens, a short video…

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    Wild Weeds and Seasonal Greens

    Just finished teaching a folk school class on Wild Weeds and Seasonal Greens at the Ozark Folk Center in Mountain View, Arkansas. We foraged for weeds and combined them with…

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    Seeds and Winter Gardening Thoughts

    I've been thinking a lot about seeds lately due to the fact that I have a pile of seed catalogs sitting here awaiting perusal. I also recently finished reading "From…

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    Tomato Basil Cream Sauce

    This is the time of year when we want to nestle in and stay at home and eat warming comfort foods. At our house we eat lots of soups and…

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    Birds are Wild for Homemade Suet

    Suet cakes placed strategically in the garden help wild birds find their way to your landscape in winter. Homemade suet is easy to make, especially this vegetarian variety.

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    Awesome Easy Cranberry-Orange Relish

    Cranberries are a staple of the Thanksgiving table. I am not one to appreciate a quivery, jelly-like mass. I go for the gusto--texture, flavor and freshness. This is the best…

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    Thankful for Sage, the Herb for Thanksgiving

    If you haven't decided on a dressing recipe for your Thanksgiving dinner--this is what I'm making this Thursday--it is a bit different from the norm and downright tasty! Fresh herbs…