Archives - April 2016

23
Apr

Indian-Spiced Chickpeas and Kale

*If you’re under the impression that meatless meals aren’t flavorful and satisfying, this dish will change your mind!  Serve it as a hearty side dish or double the ingredients and enjoy larger portions as a satisfying entree (my favorite way!). Serves 4, 3/4 cup each Ingredients: 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 3 cloves garlic, minced …

23
Apr

White Bean, Sweet Potato & Bell Pepper Ragout

*A delicious meatless meal with vibrant colors and flavors to satisfy even the meat eaters in your bunch!   Ingredients:  1 large sweet red pepper, cut into 1″ pieces 1 large green pepper, cut into 1″ pieces 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 large sweet potato, peeled, sliced and quartered 3 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 teaspoon …

11
Apr

Take Survey…….

Ladies, it is finally warming up… Today might feel chilly but not for long… Now is the time to dig in your garden sheds and bring out your garden tools,boots and gloves. If your fortunate you might still have a pair of gloves that match! It will soon be time to begin cleaning out your …

9
Apr

Springtime dreaming….

The urge to garden in early spring is primal. For the Gardener we need to re-connect with the earth. It is affirming, renewing and promising. Waking up the garden to a new growing season is more than soil and seedings….this rite of spring is a tonic…..which most gardeners share. Kathy Bass

3
Apr

At Last Springtime…….

Spring is a the long – awaited change of winter to spring. Nature awakens evidenced by small delicate bursts of green sprouting through the debris of winter. The sun slowly begins to warm the earth as the delicate spring “bloomers” begin to show their beauty. Look for your Snowdrops, Crocus, Hellebores (Lenton rose), Virginia Bluebells, …