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Organic Chocolate Pops and Strawberries

Organic Cashew Coconut Fudgicles

In my world organic cacao and/or chocolate goes with everything. Even in height of strawberry season, I am thinking about how great these cashew coconut cocoa pops are with fresh strawberries.

Organic, fair trade cashews, cocoa, vanilla extract blended with organic coconut milk and local Continue reading

Organic Fresh Picked Strawberries

Strawberries

Yum! Fresh organic strawberries!

That was my thought this morning. I jumped out of bed and drove to my organic CSA, the Brookfield Farm in Amherst, MA to pick 4 quarts. Some to freeze. Some to make a strawberry and vanilla bean balsamic vinegar. A quart for my daughter to munch on her car ride to Vermont and share with her sweetie. And still I have PLENTY, about a quart to eat for a few Continue reading

Everything is Coming Up Roses

Lush, sweet scented, organic rosesLush, sweet scented, organic roses, berry bushes, just a short walk from my kitchen herb garden. To the right of the roses is a very large organic vegetable, herb and flower garden. Continue reading

Spice Up Your Whole Grains

Organic, gluten-free, Vegetarian Sorghum Salad

Versatile and neutral flavored whole grains pair well with most herbs and spices. Above is my Mediterranean Sorghum Salad, a popular warm weather salad. With a satisfying chew similar to barley, gluten-free sorghum can be stir fried with African spices, or boldly dressed with a ginger miso dressing. Fresh mint, oregano, and chives also make a tasty dressing for this high fiber luscious marinated grain salad. Serve on a bed of lettuce, topped with goat or sheep feta for an Continue reading

Organic Perennial Sage

Sage rowing in my organic garden

It has been so much fun today gardening in the rain and also watching my perennial herbs come back from the brutal New England winter. Sage, as you can see above has lost its brown leaves and is getting pretty purple flowers, which smell great and look wonderful in a vase. Eventually, the flowers will die and the green leaf sage grows and grows. Miraculous! Continue reading