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If you are not using Home Farm Herbery's Organic D...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Saturday December 07, 2013   -   By Arlene

Dried Culinary Sage   Chemical free from Home Farm Herbery, our dried Sage is grown in our own hot, sunny part of Kentucky . This common garden sage has been known and used for culinary and medicinal purposes for centuries....

How to Make Herbal Infused Honey

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Saturday September 21, 2013   -   By Arlene

How to Make Herbal Infused Honey   You will need Honey (preferably raw honey from a local bee keeper), Fresh or dried herbs such as Lavender, Rose Petals, Lemon Balm, Chamomile, Basil,...

Interview with Farmer Phil

Blog: SavRaw Local Farm Box   -   Thursday September 05, 2013   -   By Kali

A Conversation with Farmer Phil of Sage Mountain Farms written by Misty Spicer  As the new intern working with Savraw, it was exciting to get my first assignment. What was even more thrilling, was that the assignment was to travel to one of our most...

Herb plants

Blog: Art, Fresh Produce & more   -   Sunday June 30, 2013   -   By Haley

The herbs we chose to plant this year are mostly the basics: chives, oregano, sage, peppermint, rosemary, and basil. We did choose a few adventurous ones too. They are: chocolate mint, pineapple mint, Greek oregano, and cilantro. You may be thinking "Did...

Culinary Organic Sage is a good cook's best friend...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Sunday May 05, 2013   -   By Arlene

Culinary Organic Sage   Chemical free from Home Farm Herbery, our Organic dried Sage is grown in our own hot, sunny part of Kentucky . This common garden sage has been known and used for...

A Micro Tea Garden

Blog: Arcadia Farms   -   Monday January 14, 2013   -   By Katie

I want a tea garden. And by ‘tea garden’, I mean a garden with hedges made of true tea plants (Camellia sinensis) and tea-worthy herbs that I can harvest at my leisure (<— said with my best British accent) then steep for a delicious homemade tea...

The First Day of Fall

Blog: L'Ecuyer Gardens   -   Saturday September 22, 2012   -   By Twilya

It has been awhile since I posted.   To say the least September is a very busy month.   Earlier in the month Livie turned six and today my Autie turned four.   She was born on the first day of fall.   Somewhere in the middle Tom and...

The Birds, Bees and Hazards of Wild Fruit

Blog: L'Ecuyer Gardens   -   Tuesday June 05, 2012   -   By Twilya

This morning started with a visit to the pea patch.   The current rows are nearly finished.   I sold most of what was picked today already and will hopefully have some for Sunday.   I have two more rows that are just starting to flower and...

It is Now June

Blog: L'Ecuyer Gardens   -   Saturday June 02, 2012   -   By Twilya

This week has been a full one!   I spent the rest of the week making deliveries, trimming tomato plants, attending t-ball games, enjoying lunch with some new friends, junking and working on my Sunday market.   Wednesday I...

Mother's Day

Blog: L'Ecuyer Gardens   -   Saturday May 12, 2012   -   By Twilya

Mother’s Day Tomorrow is Mother’s Day and while we have had several beautiful baskets and planters leave, we have many more still available.   Tomorrow we will be at the Old Cheney Road Farmers Market in Lincoln, NE from 10:00 until...

Saturday - Mother's Day is One Day Away

Blog: L'Ecuyer Gardens   -   Friday May 11, 2012   -   By Twilya

Tomorrow is a very busy day for us and hopefully we are on your list of must visit places. Hubby is proudly stating that he is the FTD man for the day and will greet on-farm visitors with a warm smile. Be gentle though because all of the different items,...

Sweet Maple-Sage Pork Patties

Blog: Mohawk Valley Trading Company - Honey - Maple Syrup - Beeswax Candles   -   Thursday February 09, 2012   -   By Betty

Ingredients:  8 oz bacon, chopped 1 lb pork shoulder, cut into 1 inch cubes 2 T maple syrup ¼ C water 1 ½ t black pepper 1 t salt ½ t sage ½ t nutmeg ½ t ground coriander 1-inch of scraped vanilla bean or ¼ t ground vanilla Directions: Grind...

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There’s Just Something About Clary

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Sunday September 11, 2011   -   By Jessica

Clary sage was once thought to make people immortal and many believed that it could clarify the brain, the eyes and even the “inner eye”, and that those who drank a tea of the leaves and flowers could see the future. Today, clary sage is used as a...

Winter in the Hoophouse

Blog: Creation Herb Farm   -   Friday January 21, 2011   -   By Mike

Winter Hoophouse January 21 2011 A couple more weeks and we will start seeing a little sun! Hoophouse currently looks like it is part igloo on the sides - however I think the snow may be insulating the sides from the below zero windchills this week....

The 2010 Turkeys

Blog: Scappoose Farms   -   Tuesday August 24, 2010   -   By Joyce

Scappoose Farms Farm fresh… Naturally! Well, here we are at Harvest Time. My favorite time of year! Our herbs are ready to dry, the vegetables are ripening and going to market soon, and the whole farm has a feeling of completion and satisfaction. The...

White Bean and Kale Minestrone

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Friday December 11, 2009   -   By Cynthia

CAN'T run with scissors.  CAN stay warm with a bowl White Bean and Kale Minestrone. Cooked white beans, garlic, sage, ribbons of kale and a shredding of pecorino cheese on top.  This is the perfect cold weather meal.  Make some now. ...

Holly's PIlgrim Stuffing

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Friday November 20, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Your guests will swoon over this aromatic stuffing made with fresh sage, local apples, cranberries, roasted chestnuts and artisan bread. Can be used for the bird or as excellent vegetarian side dish.  Watch the video at Cookus Interruptus.  

Some Christmas History~

Blog: Sage Hill Farms   -   Wednesday December 03, 2008   -   By Bea

The middle of winter has always been a time of celebrations. Even Pagan celebrations were a ritual born of beliefs that followed the only spiritual guideline available. Long before the arrival of the man called Jesus, early Europeans celebrated light and...

Hunter's Minestrone

Blog: So Succulent Gardens   -   Wednesday November 12, 2008   -   By Blossomfarm

This is from Tyler Florence Utilmate this is a wonderful recipe and uses lots and lots of fresh herbs.  I have made it numerous times and is always a winner with my picky family.  This is a very thick type soup/stew.   I used only one can...


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