A few weeks ago I picked a bunch of Swiss chard from the garden and then just did not feel like preparing it. I researched the best way to store Swiss chard as it wilts quickly and read that Swiss chard does not respond well to short term storage and that it is literally packed… Read More »
The tuna fish exhibits a sleek & strong design which allows for some very fast travel over very long distances. For example, a tuna fish that calls the Gulf of Mexico home will travel to the European Coast of the Atlantic Ocean to feed and then back to the Gulf of Mexico to hatch young. … Read More »
Chicken soup contains immune system boosting properties. As an anti-inflammatory, chicken soup can sooth sore throats and ease the misery of colds and the flu. Include chicken bones when making the broth for added minerals and nutrients. What a tasty source of calcium! Traditional cultures add the chicken feet when creating the healthiest, best tasting broths.
Delicious and versatile, ripe tomatoes have finally descended upon Central New York and I am rich in tomatoes from my mother’s greenhouse. Tomatoes can be consumed raw or cooked and can easily be preserved at home (we are down to just two canned pints from last year’s harvest, perfect timing!). Although most people receive numerous… Read More »