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Awesome Easy Cranberry-Orange Relish

Organic Gardening 2 - Wed, 2018-11-21 10:29
Posted by cookinwithherbs
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 cranberry relish that I have ever eaten--has three simple seasonal ingredients-- and it takes just 5 minutes to make!
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Thankful for Sage, the Herb for Thanksgiving

Organic Gardening 2 - Tue, 2018-11-20 22:52
Posted by cookinwithherbs
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 make all the difference--and sage is the featured herb!
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Hoecakes are Better than Cornbread!

Organic Gardening 2 - Tue, 2018-11-06 14:55
Posted by cookinwithherbs
Many folks have asked me to share this recipe, which Tina Marie Wilcox and I prepared at the Herb Harvest Fall Festival. They are great hot off the griddle. Quite honestly, I like them better than cornbread--they are fun to eat--and they travel well and are less crumbly than cornbread. You can make them large or small depending upon what you are doing with them They make a killer grilled cheese sandwich with a slice of onion and/or tomato!
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Herb Harvest Fall Festival featuring the Southern U.S.

Organic Gardening 2 - Sun, 2018-09-30 22:21
Posted by cookinwithherbs
Gearing up for the Herb Harvest Fall Festival at the Ozark Folk Center. This year we are highlighting the foods of the Southern United States--south of historic U.S. 40. Here is a sneak preview of a classic buttermilk pie--infused with herbal flavors.
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Lemon Basil

Organic Gardening 2 - Fri, 2018-08-31 17:04
Posted by cookinwithherbs
I haven't met a lemon basil that I didn't like. These basils are all predominantly lemon-flavored and do not have any of the anise taste that the others do. 'Mrs. Burns' is my first choice, a sturdy, dependable plant with lovely lemon aroma and flavor.
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