Flowering Oregano tops from the garden are great with chicken. Not much food has grown in our garden this year, but we’ve had some success with oregano despite or because of some oak seedlings (which during a time of little rain, shaded the oregano at … Continue readingORANGE ONION CHICKEN
If making egg yolk based food, like a bread pudding, or are using egg yolks for egg tempera paintings, there are egg whites to cook with. Whipped egg whites help make meringues, and angel food cake, light and delicious. Or use them, unwhipped, for a … Continue readingFRUIT, VEGETABLE, OATMEAL, WHEAT, AND EGGWHITE BARS
Donut peaches which are light and sweet are now ripe, along with local sweet corn – excellent and fresh. This recipe followed another recipe, a recipe for basil butter. Serves: The following is a recipe for two people, or a lighter portion for three (or … Continue readingSAUTEED SCALLOPS WITH BASIL BUTTER, peach, sweet corn, (shallots), with a hint of peppermint.
To trim a pine branch, the time is spring – once the pine tree’s “candles” are about 5 or 6 inches – grasp candle at base, and pull gently – breaking off the top third or half of the candle. They can be used to … Continue readingSWEET PINE TIPS