Seedles in the Little Organic Garden

Package of Seedles

Thyme Bombs! Get it? T-I-M-E bombs? Alright, I may be the only one who enjoys a good pun. Me and the people who make Seedles, a really cool and easy way to garden. Seedles are composed of little colorful balls of compost, seeds and clay. You just throw them down, water them and let nature […]

Back to School Time

Back to School Time

It’s that time again. Back to school time. Time for parents and guardians everywhere to start packing lunches. Time to plan easy dinners because homework will take up a good chunk of evening time. Not to mention hungry  children arriving home from school declaring they are starving. Over at Mom.me I have compiled some fantastic […]

Hatch Chile Time!

Slow Cooker Pork with Hatch Chile Sauce | Black Girl Chef's Whites

Hatch chile’s are being picked off bushes at a record pace, trying to keep up with the demand. I am one of those demanding Hatch chiles, because you can only get them fresh once a year. While I am waiting I’ll share some recipes I have developed using Hatch chiles in the past. Look for […]

Retro Recipe Card Files: Cough Medicine

Retro Recipe Card Files: Grandma Thelma's Cough Medicine

Yes, I know that cough medicine is not the kind of recipe you come to this blog for. But I could not resist posting this because I love the way my grandmother Thelma Lee wrote it. There is nothing special in the way she wrote it, as you will find all sorts of styles of […]

Rotisserie Chicken Makeover, Part 3

Rotisserie Chicken Makeovers | Rotisserie Chicken, Heriloom Tomato and Feta Salad

Recipe 3 in my Rotisserie Chicken Makeover series is amazingly simple and  fresh. Using seasonal produce at the peak of ripeness is what makes this salad so awesome. I picked these organic tomatoes up from my local weekly market, the Altadena Farmer’s Market. Farmer’s markets are overloaded with vine ripened tomatoes, bursting with juicy flavors […]