Mint (Mentha ssp.) grows as a perennial in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3 through 9. The essential oil that the plant produces is used for flavoring teas, culinary dishes and oils. You can use mint leaves fresh from the garden or you can harvest entire sprigs and preserve your mint crop for use ...
This Winter Kale and Quinoa Salad makes the perfect healthy holiday side dish that is sweet, crunchy and super easy to make! Make an oil free dressing instead for a unprocessed win.
I love the bright red color of fresh rhubarb, and it’s always one of the first things to appear at our farmers’ market. Of course, once I get it home, I’m never quite sure what to do with it. If you’re wondering the same thing, I highly recommend this Roasted Rhubarb Barbecue Sauce. Although it’s...Read More
I have to say right off the bat that this post was solely inspired by a photo I saw in the beautiful new cookbook by Mimi Thorisson, A Kitchen In France. In fact she posted the recipe recently on her (Vegan Casserole Cabbage Roll)