The rise in popularity of and interest in growing heirloom fruits and veggies has extended to the herb garden. However, there are some that remain well-kept secrets that really shouldn’t be.
Fig & Greek Yogurt Quick Bread
I am fortunate to have a fig tree and to live in the perfect Mediterranean climate for it to thrive. That means that I will also have an overabundance of the tasty fruits just begging to be enjoyed.
Ginger & Green Onion Roast Chicken
Every so often I do a little grocery shopping in my own pantry. I’m sure many of us find ourselves in the same position: you buy an ingredient that you only need a little of and then the rest sits there for ages waiting for you to remember it’s there.
Thyme & White Wine Cauliflower Soup
I have to admit that as I was concocting this recipe, I was a little doubtful of how well this soup would be received. Then everyone (even my baby grandson) voluntarily took seconds. The Old Man went in for thirds.
Quick & Easy Loukoumades (Greek Honey Puffs)
It’s a little embarrassing to admit that I have a recipe for a “cheater’s” version of a loukoumades recipe posted before one for the traditional (and actual) method. Oh well, you’ll still like them anyway!
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