If you are anything like the Wentworth-Kuhn family, the Holidays begin with a wee drop of the creature, and end in a blur. This month’s contribution is dedicated to the cause of, and solution to all life’s problems. Included in your parcel: Low Down Bitters Oatmeal Lavender Soap with Deck Bloody Mary Soup Mix Angelica … Continue reading December Fog Newsletter
Hi Herb Folks! Hope you enjoyed the December's parcel! In December we included, from left to right: Oatmeal Lavender Soap w/ Soap Deck, Bloody Mary Soup Mix, Lavender Cocktail Syrup, Low Down Bitters, Angelica Sugar and of course, the newsletter. Keep your eyes on the post, for your January parcel is on it's way!
In this week’s parcel, we have included: Lemon Balm Anise Hyssop Spearmint Dried Raspberry Leaf Lemon Verbena *BONUS* Stevia Leaf Brewing by infusion: Most teas / tisanes made from leaves, petals, and flowers are prepared by infusion. Infusion allows the oils in these parts of the herb to be released gently; if the herbs … Continue reading Tea Time – Week 5 of the 2015 Herb CSA
As the name suggests, this is a delicately balanced bouquet of finely flavored herbs found in French cuisine. Much of the fresh taste in fines herbes is contributed by herbs such as parsley, chervil and Lovage, while distinct anise notes and an appetite-enhancing tang are imparted by dill and tarragon. A fines herbes blend, which … Continue reading Fines Herbes – Week 2 of the 2015 Herb CSA
Hi There! Included here are Week 1 Spring Sprouts Recipe Suggestions We’ve paired recipes that flow and blend together to limit the amount of other supplies you will need to make them happen. These are suggestions to get you started, though we encourage you to do some experimenting of your own! Here’s … Continue reading Spring Sprouts Recipe Suggestions
In this week’s parcel there are Basil, Oregano, Sage, Thyme & Garlic Chives. Basil’s refreshing clove and anise-like aroma conjures up memories of summer, hardly surprising when one considers how this warmth-loving annual thrives in heat and expires with the first chills of winter. The sweet taste is far less pungent than the permeating, heady … Continue reading Things You Know & Things You May Not – Week 5 of the Herb CSA