Lesser Celendine Quiche
The idea for this recipe came from the abundance of Lesser Celendine growing all over my neighborhood, and from a spinache quiche on the Paleo Running Momma blog.I was not expecting this to be terribly good, since it was the first quiche I had ever made, and I was using weeds for the filling. What... Read More
Yay, it's April and the Dandelions are back! Little yellow miracles. They look good enough to eat.Actually, they are. But most of the recipes call for breading and frying. Ugh. Or that awful sugary concoction that is dandelion wine.Surely there must be better ways to use those yellow flowers.... Read More
Lesser Celendine is ready to harvest! I've been gathering a basket full every day and there's no end in sight. Tonight I made soup - Lesser Celendine and Asparagus SoupRinse about 2 cups Lesser Celendine leavesAdd to steamer with about 1 cup asparagus shoots, chopped up.Steam about 10 minutes.... Read More
No One Listens to Mom
For the holidays, the kids decided to visit old Mother Earth. They hadn't seen her in a while. So Janet, Harriet, John, Peter and Hortense all piled into John's new SUV and headed down the highway.As they drove up the tree-lined street, they saw Mother Earth in the yard, surrounded by flowers and... Read More
Aren't we getting tired of news about things like politics, war, money and crime?
What if there was a news channel where we could learn about the origins of the stuff in our everyday lives? Featuring the people responsible for our clothing and appliances and furniture. The people who design the spaces where we live and the spaces where we shop. The ones who create our carpet patterns and ceiling fans, our garden hoses and pet fountains, our ketchup bottles and candy bar wrappers. Our oversized stuffed animals.
Who are these mysterious people?