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Sowing more seeds in the greenhouse this weekend!

Blog: Peacefully Homegrown   -   Sunday February 27, 2011   -   By sandyhays@wildblue.net

Hi! Am going to be sowing more seeds in the greenhouse today! Love this time of year, when I can take a tiny seed and place it in a cup of earth and add just a little water, and let the sun do it's thing, and in no time of all the miracle happens - those tiny...

Lemonade with Lavender

Blog: Blue Moon Lavender Farm   -   Monday June 14, 2010   -   By Magdalena

Happy summer from all of us at the Blue Moon Lavender Farm in Sequim, Washington. Around here, lemonade is the drink of the summer! A real lemonade made with lemons, and for a surprising twist, a bit of culinary lavender added to the mix. You can use...

Introducing our Family Farm:Culinary Herbs, Morgan...

Blog: The Greenhouse At Morgan Lane   -   Saturday May 22, 2010   -   By Georgia

Hello, This is the start of our blog for Local Harvest.   Let me introduce ourselves to you. We are a small, family farm in the Smokie Mountains of east Tennessee. We are in Delano, halfway between Chattanooga and Knoxville; between...

Lavender Lane Blog

Blog: The Lavender Lane   -   Monday May 17, 2010   -   By Dawn

This being my very first blog I thought I would start out with a delicious recipe...food is always a good way to bring folks together and this one is sure to please. Almond Lavender Cake          Lavender Lane ...

Welcome. We are pleased to announce Willow Way’s H...

Blog: Willow WayPermaculture Farm   -   Saturday March 06, 2010   -   By Zia

Our CSA offers fresh culinary herbs and a variety of herbal medicinal products. The concept of Community Suppported Agriculture (CSA) has spread across the country quickly. It is an idea that is a good fit for the times. When you pay for a farm-share...

A Little Culinary Insight From Chef Heinz Lauer – ...

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Monday January 04, 2010   -   By Justin

  If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone utter the word, “trend,” in the weeks leading up to 2010, well, you could dub me the new Warren Buffet. Now, it’s not that I don’t trust these projected trends – The Food Channel , ...

Culinary New Year's Resolutions - More 2010 Trends...

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Tuesday December 29, 2009   -   By Justin

As 2009 nears its close, bracing to pass the baton to 2010, chefs and culinary experts alike are reflecting on 2009’s culinary influences and speculating about the impending year. California heirloom garlic, interestingly enough, is on par with the majority of...

LAVOSH CRACKERS with Herbs of Provence

Blog: Blue Moon Lavender Farm   -   Sunday June 21, 2009   -   By Magdalena

If you grow culinary herbs in your garden, take a walk about mid-morning to gather some and make delicious crackers for the afternoon snack. Or buy fresh herbs from your local organic farmer. INGREDIENTS 2.5 - 3 cups white flour 1 teaspoon white sugar 1...

Lavender in Bloom - Lemonade with a Twist

Blog: Blue Moon Lavender Farm   -   Thursday June 18, 2009   -   By Magdalena

Do you grow lavender? is it blooming now? The early bloomers in lavender world are the Lavandula angustifolias, the English lavenders. Their buds at the tip of a 12" or so stalk are usually deep purple, although pink, white, and pale blue buds are also...

Herbs Used For Salt, Pepper, and Sugar Substitutes

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Thursday May 07, 2009   -   By Jessica

You may find yourself in a situation where you must cut back on your favorite seasonings or you may just want to explore the herbal culinary world. Either way, the clever use of herbs can replace some of our favorite culinary additions.  I have spent...

Baby Lavender Plants are born

Blog: The Lavender Path   -   Friday April 17, 2009   -   By Debra

We potted up 425 of our newly propogated baby lavender plants for market in May. It was such a beautiful day to work outside and be part of nature. When landscaping with lavender, remember it is a drought tolerant plant. Deer do not like it and as the...

Getting ready for spring

Blog: The Lavender Path   -   Sunday February 01, 2009   -   By Debra

Now that Winter is settling in on Virginia, it is time for The Lavender Path family to craft our products for the spring farmers market season. Even Grandpa has a job of inventory while we are at work. We just received a contract with a local spa for our...

Herbs In The Home~

Blog: Sage Hill Farms   -   Thursday January 29, 2009   -   By Bea

Herbs In The Home....... Herbs are much more than good smelling green things to add to your soup-pot. From the kitchen to the bath, herbs can fill many needs and add pleasure and health benefits to almost every aspect of daily life. We...

Cooking with Lavender

Blog: The Lavender Path   -   Friday December 12, 2008   -   By Debra

Surprise your guests Lavender Glazed Pork Tenderloin Sprinkle apple cider vinegar over pork. Let marinate for 30 minutes or longer. Before cooking meat, season pork with salt and pepper. Bake in oven uncovered or grill until desired meat...

Using Culinary Lavender

Blog: Blue Moon Lavender Farm   -   Sunday October 19, 2008   -   By Magdalena

The culinary lavender has a deeper, more purple color and shorter stems than the lavender used in crafts or bouquets. We grow 300 culinary lavenders, Lavandula angustifolia 'Royal Purple'. After cutting, we hang them to dry in the shed for several weeks. When...

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