Home Farm Herbery

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Great new recipes to try today

Lemon verbena honey lemonverbenahoney
Time to prepare: 15 minutes.

Ingredients 1/4 cup dried Home Farm Herbery lemon verbena leaves. Honey

Equipment Pint jar with lid

Instructions Wash and rinse your jar and then place it in boiling water for a few minutes to sterilize. Place the lemon verbena leaves in a pint jar and fill with honey. Screw on the lid. Leave the honey to steep for 2 weeks or until the flavor is strong enough to suit your taste.


Our Home Farm Herbery Dried Vegetable Mix, Is great to add to cream cheese, let stand refrigerated overnight and is the perfect touch for bagels. Try adding it to stews and soups.

Usage: Great for dips, soups, cream cheese spreads, appetizers. If your recipe calls for 1/2 cup diced peppers, onion, celery, and carrots, substitute 1/4 cup dried vegetable flakes.
Product should be re-hydrated before use for most applications.
 asparagushamquiche
Asparagus Ham Quiche
Preheat oven to 375 degrees

Ingredients
20 ounces frozen cut asparagus
1 pound cooked ham, chopped
8 ounces Swiss cheese, shredded
1/2 cup chopped onion
6 eggs
2 cups milk
1 1/2 cups baking mix such as Bisquick
3 tablespoons Home Farm Herbery Dried Vegetable Mix, rehydrated
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper

Directions:

In two greased 9 inch pie plates, layer the asparagus, ham, cheese, and onion.
 Beat eggs; add remaining ingredients and mix well.
Pour half into each pie plate over asparagus.
Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes
 Enjoy one now and put one in the freezer.
You can slice it and put wax paper between the slices prior to freezing in order to remove one slice at a time.  

Try this great healthy recipe today
Crispy Berbere Chicken with Ethiopian Lentils berbere chicken
Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: 10 mins Total time: 25 mins Yield: 6

Ingredients

6 Chicken Thighs, skin on, bone in.
2 Tbsp. Home Farm Herbery Berbere Spice Mix
Generous sprinkling kosher salt (I prefer CelticSea Salt)
1 Tbsp. Olive oil

Instructions

Preheat oven to 425 F degrees
Pat Chicken Dry.
Salt all sides of chicken.
Generously rub each piece with Home Farm Herbery Berbere Spice Mix

Heat 1 Tbsps. oil in a heavy bottom skillet, on medium high heat, place chicken skin side down and sear until is crispy and golden, about 8 minutes. Turn over, and turn heat down to medium, searing for 2-3 minutes.
 
Place in a 425 F oven until internal temperature reaches 165F (10-15 minutes)
 
Serve over a bed of Ethiopian lentils, and garnish with fresh Italian parsley.

 
Our Bargain Spice of the week is Home Farm Herbery’s Gourmet chemical-free Organic Singapore Seasoning

  singaporeseasoning          

Just use it on fish, pork, chicken, steak and vegetables and you can use it as a substitute in any recipe that calls for Asian Seasoning or Chinese Five Spice Powder 1 oz. resealable package $6.95 Or buy three 1 oz. resealable packages and get the fourth one free $20.85 Plus free shipping and a free herb or herb blend of our choice.
 
 

Our deal of the week

The salt of the week is Applewood Smoked Sea Salt

At Home Farm Herbery our Applewood Smoked Sea Salt is also called Applewood Smoked Salt, Applewood Sea Salt or Sweet Applewood Smoke depending on who is talking about it. Regardless what we call it, we love the mild, fruity and smokey taste and aroma and the complexity it gives to any dish. Applewood Smoked Sea Salt brings out the right flavor you will want and you can use it on fish, pork, chicken, lamb, bacon, ham and grilling.  This salt originated in the Northwestern U.S. and quickly gained popularity with cooks and diners with a discerning taste until it now is a recognized gourmet seasoning. The reason Applewood is used to smoke the sea salt is because it is milder than the more common hickory smoke.

http://www.localharvest.org/applewood-smoked-sea-salt-C24406

 

Our seed of the week is Asparagus, Mary Washington Seeds (100% Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) This Asparagus variety (Mary Washington) is an extremely popular and old heirloom variety. Grow heirloom Asparagus in any backyard. It's not hard to grow, it just takes a couple years for the root system to fully develop before you can pick the green shoots. There's nothing better than home grown and hand picked Asparagus. If you like Asparagus, you've got to give these seeds a try and remember we have only 12 sampler packages to sell so buy now.

 

Our Home Farm Herbery Asparagus is an herbaceous, perennial plant growing 39 to 59 inches tall, with stout stems with much-branched feathery foliage. The "leaves" are in fact needle-like cladodes (modified stems) in the axils of scale leaves; they are 0.24 to1.3 inch long and 0.039 inch broad, and clustered 4 to15 together. The root system is adventitious and the root type is fasciculated. The flowers are bell-shaped, greenish-white to yellowish, 0.18 to 0.26 in long, with six tepals partially fused together at the base; they are produced singly or in clusters of 2 to 3 in the junctions of the branchlets.

 

http://www.localharvest.org/asparagus-mary-washington-heirloom-seeds-C24547

 

Our Summer Savory Seeds are on line at http://www.localharvest.org/summer-savory-seeds-herb-non-hybrid-C24602

 

Get ready to start your seedlings and start with our sugar baby watermelon seeds this year we have only 7 packages to sell, so buy yours today.

We love this popular and early "Icebox" variety. These round, 8 inch, 8 to 12 pound melons have medium red, fine-textured flesh and thin, hard rind. They are drought resistant and need 75 days to Maturity. We like to start these in the greenhouse and then set out after the last frost.

Approximately 30 seed packages $3.99 at http://www.localharvest.org/watermelon-sugar-baby-seeds-non-hybrid-C24586

 

Our Peas, Sugar Snap seeds (Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO) are available at http://www.localharvest.org/peas-sugar-snap-seeds-non-hybrid-non-gmo-C24575

We have a limited amount of these great seeds.

 

 
 
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