Category: Dandelion

Dandelion greens are not the enemy in the field or your garden.  They are more than an herb than a weed.

Puntarelle Cicoria asparago

Puntarelle cicoria asparago, is a lovely chicory hailing from where my roots were laid down hundred’s of years ago in Northern Italy. One has to wonder, if my love of puntarelle is coincidental or is it just an example of my heritage screaming? Love the heirlooms… As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, we have an …

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The Hippy Bowl

The hippy bowl is many things to many people. But in short, the hippy bowl is a healthy meal crammed full of just about anything you can find. For instance, gogi berries, sunflower seeds, sprouts, quinoa, rice, lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, avocado, and on, and on, and on. I find the hippy bowl to be not …

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Sauteed Winter Greens

Source:  Mom;  cir. forever! For the love of greens Sauteed winter greens: One of my greatest memories from childhood included sauteed spinach and mushrooms. The only sauteed greens we ever had growing up, it settled well in my mind as a well deserving dish. Consequently, the mushrooms might have made this dish a top contender …

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