Today it snowed… again. I thought spring had taken hold, but alas, no. Well, maybe! Weather predictions show 70 degree days on our near horizon. So for tonight’s dinner we really ate from our stores. I made a soup out of dried leeks, dried red onions, a cache of potatoes I found while planting this…
In September we harvested the sumac and stored it in our drying racks. We’ve been processing the tiny berries and now we are finalizing the mix. In addition to sumac, our recipe uses thyme, marjoram and oregano, all grown at Lucky Dog. It also uses roasted sesame seed and sea salt that we source responsibly….
One of our market customers from last year had some fun with our Za’atar spice mix. Here’s a recipe from her for Za’atar Chicken. Enjoy!
This scrub will awaken your senses and get you going! It is an antidote for depression and is a beautiful treatment for skin because of its antiseptic and anti-pruritic qualities. It is an anti-inflammatory and can even help your cognitive functions, such as memory and alertness.
This scrub is a great clarifying agent. Sage has beautiful antiseptic properties but it is also credited for helping respiratory issues, muscle aches, enhancing mental clarity and even relieving depression. The botanical name comes from the Latin word “salvere,” meaning “to be saved.”
Just got done creating some new scrubs. This one has healing and calming qualities because it uses calendula infused into the oil and the fragrance of lavender. Epsom salt also adds calm to the experience.