A side dish high in many important nutrients, the pot herb Good King Henry mixes well with other spring greens like nettle, wild cress, dandelion, lamb’s quarters and so on.
Archive for the “Gardening” Category
May 17 2013
May 07 2013
We want to take this opportunity to congratulate Melissa Kelly of Primo in Rockland for her 2013 James Beard Foundation Award for Best Chef Northeast!
May 06 2013
Reminiscent of the stuffed cabbage of yore, the mild flavor of chard makes these beef-stuffed rolls perfect for the whole family.
Apr 30 2013
With hot weather on its way, consider making your own “smart water!”
Apr 14 2013
It won’t be long now before we have lovely fresh chives in abundance, and baby lettuces too! Here’s the perfect dressing for these tender young treats.
Apr 10 2013
The most treasured Spargel meal consists of the peeled and boiled Spargel cooked with lemon juice and paired with thinly sliced Black Forest Schinken, a cured ham similar to Prosciutto, simply boiled new potatoes, Hollandaise sauce, and melted butter. …
Apr 05 2013
Think spring with this delicious, fresh vegetable lasagna!
Feb 06 2013
Julienned or shaved burdock roots are delicious in a stir fry or on their own. Available in local natural foods markets now!
The Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association announces, with great sadness, the death of its beloved leader Russell Libby, following a long struggle with cancer.
Oct 24 2012
Delicious pesto keeps us eating those fresh greens from summer all year long. Enjoy this fresh pasta with pesto and green beans recipe!