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Thyme for Herbs in Your Life?

Why do I think it’s thyme for Herbs in your life?   Well, it’s undeniable they are: The easiest to grow which is great for beginner gardeners. Add tremendous flavor to our meals (no need for fake processed flavorings that...

Seed Time! a few favorites

The end of the year naturally makes us think about our aspirations and hopes for the future.  If you are looking for ways to plant a little hope for 2021, now is a great time to start thinking about your...

The Magical Market

AS FEATURED ON NO SIDEBAR A few years back my husband and I decided to join the local farmers market. We didn’t hem and haw about this decision; it was more of a whim and a feeling that this was...

Quick & Healthy Salad Dressing Recipes

One of the first things in my health journey I started to do was to look for chemicals or fake ingredients in all the food I was consuming.  One of the most disappointing findings was the garbage and sugar in...

Add Garlic to your Garden & Plate

Every fall I have good intentions of planting garlic.  Like clockwork I seem  to forget for the past 10 years. Yet this past Sunday it finally popped into my head and I was able to get about 25 cloves planted. ...

Garden Minestrone Soup

It’s feeling like soup time around here in Wisconsin! The past weekend, I put together this minestrone soup I wanted to share with you all. Feel free to add or omit to your liking! I have a tendency to keep...

Winter Squash

GARDEN TO TABLE SERIES ​Head over to Nurit Raich to get the Butternut Squash Soup recipe we shared on our Instagram Live this afternoon. If you missed it, here are a few highlights. This is a great staple to complement our seasonal...

A SEASONAL FEAST

Seasonal foods are more essential to our health and wellness than we realize.  As we enter into new seasons we all have our favorite dishes we love. Personally, my favorites are anything cranberry and pumpkin. Would you be surprised if...

Making Space For Growth This Fall

FALL PRUNING At least in Wisconsin, it feels like we are ‘falling’ into fall rather quickly.  I think about all the rituals we have to wind down and prepare for winter as we transition to heartier foods, cozier clothes, toastier...

The Gift I got from Getting my Hands Dirty.

AS FEATURED ON NO SIDEBAR My dirty journey started when I was young. I didn’t have stellar health as a child, despite the fact that I “looked” fine. I had an inflammatory disease called Kawasaki that attacks the heart at...