I love carrots. I put them in soups, stews and stir-fries, I cut them up for dips and I juice them for delicious drinks.read more
Celeste Longacre has been growing virtually all of her family’s vegetables for the entire year for over 30 years. She cans, she freezes, she dries, she ferments & she root cellars. She also has chickens. Celeste has enjoyed a longtime relationship with the folks at The Old Farmer’s Almanac as she is the Almanac's astrologer! A personally autographed copy of her book, Love Signs, is available in the Almanac.com General Store. You can also find an ebook version on Amazon.com for $2.99.
February 12, 2013
Bone broth is magic! About twenty years ago, I made a startling discovery. I noticed that—if my husband, Bob, and I have at least two servings of my homemade bone broth soup a week—we have no problems with our joints. If we don’t, our joints get quite stiff and bothersome.read more
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August 28, 2012
Garlic is a wonderful and powerful savory addition. It jazzes up many recipes and also contains healing properties. Truly fresh garlic is pungent, white, hard and full of a juicy liquid. I believe that much of the garlic that is sold in stores has gone past its peak (rubbery or soft) and has lost much of its medicinal value. One way to maintain not only its flavor but also its healing powers is to dry it and make it into garlic powder.read more
July 29, 2012
Broccoli has many followers and also abundant detractors.
For those who have only tasted the supermarket variety, I can surely understand the lack of enthusiasm expressed when this topic is raised.read more