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Making Organic Beet Burgers

Making my first bunch of organic Beet Burgers. This is going to be yummy! And Lucky for me my daughter Emily was here to capture it on video. Summer fresh, organic beets, carrots, zucchini, garlic scapes held together with ground organic chia seeds, flax seeds, black sesame seeds, and sunflower seeds. Seasoned with fresh picked herbs: thai basil, oregano and marjoram from Leslie’s organic garden. A little sea salt and black pepper and we are ready to make pretty patties/burgers. Continue reading

Harvest Time Oil de Mary Jane Leaf

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At harvest time, when cannabis is abundant, you can stuff jars with fan leaves, sugar leaves, and buds (sometimes spicing it up with fresh chilies, basil, cilantro, or oregano), cover the plant material with Organic Virgin Olive Oil, and let nature do its work. 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

Maple Glazed Vegetable Kebobs with Tofu

Maple Glazed Vegetable Kebobs with Tofu

These colorful tofu and veggie kebobs will delight eaters of all ages. Serve for an appetizer or as a main dish with corn on the cob and salad. Continue reading

Swapping Ingredients

Corn Grits with Sautéed Kale and Goat Cheddar Cheese

Swapping ingredients, you can come up with a delicious variation of any  dish. Based on the organic local harvest, think fresh spinach, scallions and wild mushrooms. It is June in New England. A tree near my house offered me a gorgeous and very tender chicken of the woods mushroom. Also, instead of using just corn grits, I used a combination of corn grits and steel cut oats. Used the oats because they are yummy and also a great source of soluble fiber to help digest and lower cholesterol. Continue reading