Although spring has sprung, it is still a good time for soup, especially with our up and down temperatures. I created a warming soup for a cold spring day and to celebrate this round of Cook the Books. . . . → Read More: Unprejudiced Palate Italian Soup
When we moved into our house over sixteen years ago, we set out willy-nilly to landscape. We had no plan. We had a vision. But, we had no plan.
I wanted roses.
We planted roses everywhere. We built flowerbeds for roses around the house. We planted climbing roses on our back fence. We . . . → Read More: Herb Garden
I saw this technique in the March 2013 issue of Sunset and loved the idea. This recipe is attributed to David Tanis (a Chez Panisse alum) from his cookbook One Good Dish: The Pleasures of a Simple Meal.
I perused through this book on Amazon and a few recipes caught my eye (and . . . → Read More: Marinated Cheese in a Jar
You will need lots of rosemary and LOTS of thyme for the aromatic herb salt. . . . → Read More: Rosemary and Thyme Spicy Herb Salt
This beverage is cold, delicious and refreshing….kind of like a Sonic drink…. . . . → Read More: Orange-Aide Thyme Cooler
Keep reading for numerous recipes as we begin our assault: cobbler, Thyme-Blackberry Jam, and Blackberry Syrup . . . → Read More: Operation Blackberry: Day one and two