While getting ideas for fresh and interesting dinners, I love reading food blogs. A few of my tabs include: Oh She Glows, Lauren Conrad’s dining section, Green Kitchen Stories, Tasty Yummies, The Realistic Nutritionist, and my favorite, My New Roots. Last week, I tried a homemade cracker recipe from My New Roots for a change of pace. … More Homemade Crackers
Since I work a lot and have been traveling a little this summer, I have trouble using the herbs that I’ve grown. The internet and my mom have helped me figure out some solutions: Too much basil. I froze my basil, chopped up, in an ice cube tray. Too much oregano (or thyme or mint … More What to do with the herbs
Trev sent me this article from the Washington Post listing ways to deal with an abundance of kitchen herbs. Too much thyme or mint doesn’t seem to be a problem if you want to infuse liquor or cook Italian, or if you eat lots of salads. All on my list of things to do. Today, … More Herb invasion?
(Or will be). Eventually. In 7-10 days. With some rain and nice sun. On Tuesday night, I tore up some newspaper to add another layer to my worm bin and misted it with water. I gingerly peered inside, and they seemed to be happy and squirmy. Trev and I also made strides on landscaping the … More Where the wildflowers are