by Ann Weaver May 10, 2016 In Blog
Last week, I purged the winter root vegetables from my fridge. I relegated wizened, hoary carrots, turnips, and celeriac to the compost pile and replaced them with new potatoes, spring onions, and asparagus. Seeing green at the farmer’s market is exciting, particularly when that green includes things that are not kale. Kale is fine, but kale does not say “spring” to me
by Penny Willimann March 15, 2016 In Blog
by Penny Willimann April 3, 2015 In Blog
Olio Oregano Olive Oil- A New Favorite!
I was recently shopping at one of my favorite stores in Old Town Alexandria, Olio. I love their assortment of olive oils and vinegars. They really liven up my cooking, and my salads! During this visit, the Oregano Olive Oil caught my eye. I hadn’t used it before, and oregano is one of my favorite herbs!
by Penny Willimann February 23, 2015 In Blog
What’s the fuss about raw honey? We all know honey is good for us, so why is raw honey so much better?
To begin with, it is 100% pure - unpasteurized, unheated and non-processed. This means you get all the goodness from a bee’s nectar-laden diet. All the natural vitamins and living enzymes are preserved when honey is in its raw state.