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Sweet Rose Hips, It's Soup!

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Tuesday January 17, 2012   -   By Jessica

 "One may live without bread, not without roses."   The rose hip, or rose haw, is the fruit of the rose plant, and typically is red or orangeish, but ranges from dark purple to black in some species. Rose hips...

Soup time at Herb'n Renewal!

Blog: Good Season'n With Herb'n Renewal   -   Saturday January 14, 2012   -   By Karin

As a child, I would have been thrilled to wake up and see that there was no school and the hills had snow on them. I could spend the day sledding and then come in to the house and find that my mom had opened a can of soup, heated it and that sure helped warm...

What do you do with an overabundance of radish gre...

Blog: Kelvin Grove Farm   -   Monday June 27, 2011   -   By Smiokey Joe

We planted late, but the radishes did great.  So what do we do with them?  They're great in salads, great dipped in salt with good beer on the side.  They're great sliced and baked in a little olive oil and salt till the edges begin to brown....

Split Pea Soup with Potatoes and Dill

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Friday March 18, 2011   -   By Cynthia

(The new neighbor) Not real pretty to look at but neither is the new neighbor.  We give you the how to on both a vegetarian version and one that includes ham. The cumin + dill marry well with peas.  Try it.  You'll see.  Watch video and...

Miso Happy Broth

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday February 24, 2011   -   By Cynthia

(Cynthia answers the call) Taking the time to allow land and sea vegetables to infuse a soup stock with their nutrients creates a powerful soup.  The probiotics in the miso make it easy to digest too.  For printable recipe or to watch the video, ...

Garlic Chicken Soup- Nothing to Sneeze At!

Blog: Christopher Ranch   -   Monday January 10, 2011   -   By Justin

Happy (cough, cough, sneeze, sneeze) New Year! Seems cold season is upon us, my dears, and whether you believe garlic has the power to stifle a cold or not, it certainly won’t hurt, especially when it’s teamed with chicken soup. There are studies that say both...

Seaweed: "perfectly balanced natural food"

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Thursday January 06, 2011   -   By Jessica

Humans have been eating seaweed for ever. Many early communities lived close to the shore because the seas offered a constant and dependable food source. Neolithic communities in Britain for example clustered around coastal lands where rich and diverse...

David Winston's Revitalizing Ginseng Soup

Blog: Morgan Botanicals   -   Saturday December 04, 2010   -   By Jessica

This soup is especially useful during the transition from autumn to winter and during the flu season to prevent getting sick. Check out this soup! It is loaded with adaptogens which are remarkable natural substances that help the body adapt to stress, support...

New Kale and New Potato Soup

Blog: The Farm Report from Turkey Hill   -   Friday November 05, 2010   -   By Farmer Herman

On the first cool day for our five star crew, I wanted something special for them at lunch. We have been eating new potatoes for weeks as I had gotten a half bushel from our neighbors. Lotta taters. This recipe is really fast because it uses leftovers. We...

Caramelized Apple and Basil Soup

Blog: Williamsburg Farmers Market   -   Wednesday September 22, 2010   -   By WFM

Caramelized Apple and Basil Soup Chef David McClure of Berret's Seafood Restaurant demonstrated this recipe at the Williamsburg Farmers Market Chef Tent on September 18, 2010. Ingredients: 2 lbs. fresh apples, peeled & diced ...

Food Scavenger July: Cukes and Zukes

Blog: Catbird Griddle   -   Tuesday July 13, 2010   -   By Catbird

I had planned to write July's food scavenger column about wild black raspberries, river mint, and pineapple weed (western NY's version of chamomile)--all currently ripe on roadsides and sun-dappled riverbanks all around us. But then I realized I was...

Violet soup and violet salad

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Tuesday May 18, 2010   -   By Mary

What to do with those delicious violets?  Try soup and salad!   Violet Pineapple Soup Recipe from Valentine Floral Creations, 2009.   http://www.valentine.gr Serves 6 Ingredients ...

Thistles for plate and medicine cabinet - Thistle ...

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Thursday May 13, 2010   -   By Mary

The thistle is an ancient Celtic symbol of nobility of character as well as of birth, for the wounding or provocation of a thistle yields punishment. For this reason the thistle is the symbol of the Order of the Thistle, a high chivalric order of Scotland -...

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Dandelion Blossom Syrup AND! Cream of Dandelion So...

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Sunday May 09, 2010   -   By Mary

Dandelion Blossom Syrup   Recipe from Prodigal Garden. http://www.prodigalgardens.info Makes just over 1 pint (2 cups) Ingredients 1 quart (4 cups) dandelion flowers 1 quart (4 cups) water ...

Raw Cattail Soup

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Sunday May 09, 2010   -   By Mary

Raw Cattail Soup Recipe modified from Steve Brill. http://www.wildmanstevebrill.com Serves 6 Ingredients 2 1/2 cups almonds 10 cups water, or as needed 2 cups thinly sliced cattail shoots...

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Creamy Asparagus Soup

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday April 22, 2010   -   By Cynthia

Did you know you can make an awesome creamed soup by using rolled oats instead of dairy?  Well it’s true.  With some vegetable stock, dill, cumin, a touch of lemon and fresh local asparagus you will have the perfect springtime tonic.  Plus, Jane...

Chard and Yellow Split Pea Soup

Blog: The Farm Report from Turkey Hill   -   Tuesday March 09, 2010   -   By Farmer Herman

Split Pea Soup with Chard Adapted from Vegetable Soups by Deborah Madison 2 cups yellow split peas, rinsed and soaked for at least 1 hour 2 bay leaves 3 cloves salt and pepper 4 tablespoons of butter 1...

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Let it snow!

Blog: Good Season'n With Herb'n Renewal   -   Thursday January 07, 2010   -   By Karin

It's been snowing all day and now the wind is really starting to pick up.  Darn glad we're inside where it is warm, sort of!  But, to help take the chill off of these old bones I decided to bake some bread.  Somehow that led to a kettle of...

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. ...

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