When I started the manuscript on this book, it had 48 recipes…by the time it was sent off for editing…
The flower petals are edible with a tangy almost peppery taste that can be sprinkled in soups, scrambled eggs, herb butters, and salads. Harvest the flower petals for use, either fresh or dried, to make soothing skin treatments.
grain-free, sugar-free granola recipe for yummy, healthy eating!
Want to learn more about getting the best flavor form herbs in your garden?
Hand-blended, fragrant sugar scrub recipe!
Coneflower is one of the common names for Echinacea. There are some species that are more familiar to gardeners than others, so let’s take a minute to get to know more about this herb. It is multi-faceted in history, medicinal qualities and garden use.
Get to know the diversity of sage. Culinary, medicinal, cosmetic, aromatic and useful in landscape design. Not all are edible, some are intensely fragrant, one is mind-altering when smoked, and some are just simply floriferous and nothing more.
Perk up salads, make your own meat rubs and sweeten up your Iced tea with herbs from your garden.
Get relief from the summer heat with herbs from your garden.
Notice the edges of this mint? It is a hint for an easy way to identify Spearmint. The leaf edges are…