Category Archives: Herbs

These Vegetable Chips can’t be Beet!

You either love em or you hate em. That seems to be the reputation with beets. I was a hate em kind of person, then when I got older and suddenly loved them. I must have swapped out taste buds and the new ones were not told to hate beets. Maybe it was because they […]

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Ruth Isbjörn - Just gorgeous!!

Alice - Absolutely love these pictures 🙂

Rachel @ The Castejóns - I’m a big fan of beet chips! And, really, any veggie chip as long as its homemade. We like to do a dinner that’s just dips and things to dip in them like beet chips and hummus or black bean dip- soooo good!

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Fresh Sweet Corn & Blueberry Salsa Recipe

Sweet corn season may be coming to an end soon, but football season is just getting started. That means chips and salsa. Oh sure, you could go with the standard pre-made stuff in the jar, or be fancy and make fresh pico with tomatoes, peppers, onions and cilantro. Either way isn’t bad. However, if you […]

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Cookie Cooks - This sounds and looks absolutely delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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Fire Roasted Sweet Corn – Rows and rows of sweetness

The perfectly lined up rows of golden kernels shimmer in the afternoon sunshine like pearls, as I peel back the squeaky green husks exposing the ever familiar site of sweet corn.  Hidden behind the green husks and silk that gives these golden gems life are more than just small nuggets of sunshine.  They’re a reminder […]

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Pang {circahappy} - I <3 <3 <3 this post. I always love farm stand, and always want to know their stories. It's nice to hear how much love & effort goes into the work they do. I went to corn field once with my family when I was young, and bought ton of them home. This post reminded me of that wonderful time. Thank you.

I love the vdo, as well 🙂

I can't wait for next week corn recipe. Until then, have a wonderful week.

Lovoni Walker - Pretty images!

Dione White - Beautiful shots! I am so impressed and inspired by how hard you both work on this site and the results are just stunning.

Rhubarb Cocktails | It’s not just for dessert anymore

Rhubarb is one of those weird plants that shows up every year in the spring, and lasts a few months, then it’s gone.  It’s often paired with strawberries to make pie, but is ignored for anything else.  When you think about it though, it makes sense.  Strawberries are sweet, beautiful and their flavor is endlessly […]

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Katie - Oh this looks amazing! I’ve been trying to come up with a few new wine cocktails, so I’ll definitely give this rhubarb shrub a try.

Sharron Fisher - I really can’t get over how beautiful your photography and presentation is. A real standout! I always look forward to “digesting” your posts.

keith gooderham - Superb inspirational images – cheers!

Felicia@Ingredient1 - Wow, beautiful photography! This recipe is a perfect party trick…

Thanksgiving Stuffing Pull Apart Bread

   Thanksgiving is a magical time of the year.  It’s the beginning of more than a month of traditions and celebrating with family and friends.  Of course today Jena and I will be getting ready to partake in all the festivities like everyone else, which reminds me of a tradition my mom started when I […]

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Our Best Ever Fall Recipes! | Little Rusted Ladle - […] yummy Pull Apart Bread we did. I can still taste that […]

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