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Every part of the linden tree is edible, and in the early spring, the leaves are especially delicious salad greens.
Pesto is a perfect way to preserve the wild greens that grow in your yard and garden. Go beyond basil and forage some goodies to include in your next batch!
One of the earliest Spring flowers to appear, violets are a balm for the winter-tired soul! They are edible, abundant, and also useful in many herbal preparations.
A perfectly balanced tea blend to soothe a grumpy teething kiddo, including a bit of cloves to numb their sore gums. Tasty enough for you to enjoy with them!
Most people think of cats first when catnip comes up in conversation, but did you know that you can enjoy it too? Just maybe not as much as a cat…
It happened, y’all! We did it! The wee pixie has been born, she is wonderful, awake and alert, and growing stronger day by day!
A bit confused about this new thing called cottagecore? Don’t worry, darling! Pour a cuppa, sit down, and let me help you find the perfect gift for your weirdo auntie and her cats or that odd little cousin with all the plants.
An essay on the connection between baking bread and mental health – originally published on Medium in May 2020.
Earl Grey Cordial is easy to make, a delight to sip, and a definite crowd pleaser. Make your own to enjoy or to give as gifts.
Elderberries are an excellent food and medicine when cooked or fermented. It makes a delicious and beautifully colored mead or wine, too!