Yadda yadda – here’s a charming egg nog story. I could bore you with the details, but I don’t want to delay you from making this recipe right NOW. It blows any store-bought eggnog completely away. And if cooked eggnog isn’t your thing, check out this raw eggnog recipe full of nutrient-dense goodness. If you
These little beauties are my favorite holiday treat…and they make GREAT gifts! In fact, don’t be surprised if this becomes your new tradition, because people will be begging you to refill the jars you gifted them. Truth be told, these crispy little nuts make a fabulous treat year-round, but we always made them at Christmas.
This is an easy side dish perfect to serve during the colder months and elegant enough to serve at holiday meals. The recipe is extremely forgiving and can be adjusted for the amount of servings you’ll need, plus whatever root vegetables you have (or don’t have) on hand. Easy Roasted Root Vegetables by Amy Love,
In my opinion, the mark of a good cook is knowing how to use salt and spices appropriately. It doesn’t matter if you are making a simple dish or a fancy one, it’s not going to be good unless the salt and spice is just right. My spice cabinet is probably the most important area
Did you know that you can cut and regrow green onions (scallions) to use over and over again? It’s so easy! Talk about savings- organic green onions aren’t inexpensive, so being able to double or triple your money is really awesome. Here’s how to do it: Buy organic green onions (or scallions) from your local
Spices are an integral part of a meal. Not only do spices add amazing flavor, they also have health benefits. Good, high quality spices don’t run cheap so it’s important to take good care of them. Storing them out of direct sunlight, heat and moisture is a good start. Those over the stove spice racks?
Skip the junk in the carton- full of preservatives, feedlot sourced and pasteurized eggs, fake sugars (or corn syrup-ick!) and artificial flavors. Making your own egg nog is so easy and you can reap the benefits of raw dairy and pastured egg yolks while enjoying the rich flavor of real maple syrup and fresh spices.
October is No-GMO month, and we are continuing to bring you information to help you make safe, informed buying decisions. Your health, your family’s health and the health of our environment absolutely depend upon your knowledge and activism on this issue. What is a GMO? GMO stands for genetically modified organism. You may also
There are a lot of olive oils on the market. Flavors and quality vary widely. It’s important to know where your olive oil is from and how it is made, because some of the cheaper oils are actually cut with less expensive vegetable oils, like canola or soybean. This is a problem, not just because