Slow-Cooked Comfort

January is typically filled with cold, dreary days. Sunshine is minimal and outside activities are few and far between. Most people I know dislike winter and are waiting for Spring to arrive. To make matters worse, the weather man (or woman) is predicting a ‘winter mix’ of sleet, snow, drizzle and freezing rain towards the … More Slow-Cooked Comfort

Nature’s Harvest…Our 2016 Fall and Winter Event & Workshop Schedule

Did you know that late summer (into fall) is the best time to cut and dry herbs in preparation for winter projects? Did you also know that fall is a good time to plant perennials including herbs and bulbs in order to establish strong root systems? This includes milkweeds, a group of plants Monarch butterflies … More Nature’s Harvest…Our 2016 Fall and Winter Event & Workshop Schedule