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HERBS FOR VEGETABLES, uncooked

Blog: Medicine Woman   -   Sunday March 02, 2014   -   By Elaynn

  Often times at the farmers market where I go, I hear people say that they are vegetarians and therefore don’t use herbs.   What I tell them: “O  Honeee, you don’t know what you’re missing!”  Just one herb can change the...

3 great new recipes and a preview of our new medic...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Sunday September 08, 2013   -   By Arlene

Lemon Pepper Chicken Recipe Berbere Chicken with Rice Recipe Crock Pot Stew with Bouquet Garni Crock Pot Stew with Home Farm Herbery Bouquet...

Lemon Balm Medicinal Herb for sale

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Friday September 06, 2013   -   By Arlene

Lemon Balm Medicinal   Lemon Balm Medicinal Organic cut and sifted   Our Home Farm Herbery Lemon Balm is a wonderful healing herb, but it also makes a great culinary herb....

Watermelon cocktails, grilled chicken pizza and ho...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Thursday July 18, 2013   -   By Arlene

Watermelon Blueberry Cocktail Recipe   This refreshing summer cocktail combines the flavors of watermelon and blueberry with fresh vanilla caviar (seeds scraped from a vanilla bean). ...

Lemon Balm Organic Powder is a must for every good...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Tuesday June 18, 2013   -   By Arlene

Lemon Balm Organic Powder   Our Home Farm Herbery organic Lemon Balm Powder has a delicate lemon flavor, and can be used in many dishes. The lemon balm powder can be added to a dish to add a lemony zest to...

Lemon Balm Organic cut and sifted has many culinar...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Tuesday June 18, 2013   -   By Arlene

Lemon Balm Organic cut and sifted   Lemon balm is a wonderful healing herb, but it also makes a great culinary herb. Lemon balm has been used as a both a culinary herb and medicinal herb since the 1500?s. ...

Lemon Balm Seeds (Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO)

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Friday May 31, 2013   -   By Arlene

Lemon Balm Seeds (Non-Hybrid/Non-GMO)   At Home Farm Herbery we know that our organic Lemon Balm has many uses, both medicinal and culinary. Leaves make great garnishes, for salads or other uses. Leaves can...

Carob's Farm and Melissa Officinalis

Blog: Carob's Farm Chaga, Soaps, Lotions and Teas.   -   Tuesday April 23, 2013   -   By Robin

  Chaga,It's a way of life!! Melissa; she is so versatile and peeking through last years Oak leaves that covered the ground before the snow!! Melissa Officinalis that is otherwise lovingly know as Lemon Balm. The promises Melissa makes are...

How to grow bee balm with Home Farm Herbery Bee Ba...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Sunday March 17, 2013   -   By Arlene

Bee Balm Heirloom Seeds - Wild Bergamot Seed   Bee balm, also called monarda, is a flowering herb with a long history as a medicinal and plant. American colonists used it to make tea, and...

Accidental Angelica Seeds

Blog: Sister Sage Herbs   -   Wednesday January 30, 2013   -   By Jayne

I got this Angelica plant last year at The Northwest Herbal Fair from  Crimson Sage Herb Farm  in California. If you haven't heard of this place, it is awesome. I heard Tina,  the owner being interviewed on the  Herbal Highway  show...

Announcing the Emu Oil Gift Pack

Blog: 4 D Acres   -   Monday October 22, 2012   -   By Mike

Are you looking for the perfect way to give emu oil a try, or do you need a perfect gift to show someone else just why you love our products at 4 D Acres ? We are offering a special gift pack for a limited time that includes a 2 oz bottle of hand...

Healing Herpes Naturally

Blog: Cloverleaf Farm   -   Thursday October 18, 2012   -   By Kathy

Herpes is a viral infection, that can be controlled, but will never disappear completely. It lives in your spine, and breakouts occur at different times. They can happen when you are stressed, or when your body and it's immune system is under attack. Eighty...

Honey harvest

Blog: Eve's Orchard   -   Friday July 30, 2010   -   By Matt & Kristin

We recently had our first honey harvest.  After getting honey all over the kitchen and a couple bee stings, it was worth it.  The honey is much sweeter and thicker than what I'm used to in the grocery stores.  The ucappings wax was refined and...

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Name our new jam and win a Jar!

Blog: The Jam and Jelly Lady   -   Thursday April 15, 2010   -   By Sonya

Today I'm canning a new jam to commemorate spring and celebrate the opening of the Cincinnati Fine Food Show, which is part of the 21st Annual Cincinnati Flower Show this weekend in Symmes Township Park.  It's a big event, and usually grabs a...


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