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 […]

Brown Sugar-Cinnamon Yoghurt Sauce

Brown Sugar-Cinnamon Mountain High Yoghurt Sauce

It always amazes me how something so simple can become something so incredible. That is what I feel when I make this Brown Sugar-Cinnamon Yoghurt Sauce. Quite a few years ago I whipped up a batch of this sauce to  serve with a platter of ripe and juicy peach and nectarine slices. I took them […]

Shaved Purple Asparagus Salad with Kumquat Dressing

Shaved Purple Asparagus Salad with Kumquat Dressing

This is a salad made from a stolen opportunity. Well, maybe not a stolen opportunity so much as just stolen. My neighbor’s little kumquat tree is right on the street, so when we pass by my girl and I tend to take a few to eat. My sister does it too when she walks over […]

Mustard Green and Smoky Chickpea Strudel

Mustard Green and Smoky Chickpea Strudel

  If you have a vegetarian in the family then you know what poor excuses for a vegetarian entree are often served in restaurants. Making a vegetarian entree does not have to be difficult, you just need to be mindful of the ingredients. Working with Cut ‘N Clean Greens again, I developed a very fancy […]

Greens N Grits

Greens N Grits

  Grits. Southerners eat them. A lot. Some like them sweetened with sugar and drowning in butter. Some like them with salt and pepper and drowning in butter. Some don’t have a clue what they are. I tend to laugh when some snobbish foodie goes on and on about how wonderful polenta is, then if […]