Category Archives for "Herbs"

Feb 26

Parsley dressing: Add brightness to your meal, even on a dreary winter day

By Jeanie Rose | Parsley

Even though we are in temperate California, in our gardening zone (zone 7), even with the most careful planning, there are weeks of little very little produce available in the vegetable garden. When you are addicted to bright colors and fresh flavors, this can be quite the downer. The solution: Sauces and dressing, brilliantly colored […]

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Do you have your flu shots on hand? Elderberries -- Harvesting, buying, using, nutrients, and just about everything else, right here
Feb 22

Do you have your flu shots on hand? Elderberries — Harvesting, buying, using, nutrients, and just about everything else, right here

By Amanda Rose | Elderberry

Elderberries are native plants in many areas and ripen in the summer. They are widely enjoyed for their flavor and they may even support your immune system. If they are abundant in your area, you may be able to harvest them all summer long and turn them into beverages, jams, and syrups. If you do […]

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