Wild Onion Flower
Finding wild Plants and flowers that look and smell interesting and tasting them.. researching afterwards. Worked out for me this time! Oh and the last hundred times. Wild onion flower so pretty, and tasty. Yes please, I will keep you. Perhaps collect the others just like you and cook something delicious. http://www.flickr.com/photos/34287392@N06/7163715955/
Over this past weekend a couple friends and I went to Truckaroo in DC. It’s basically all of the local food trucks in a big circle with live music. The trucks ranged from ice cream and cupcakes to grilled cheese, to macaroni and cheese, to italian, to hot dogs, to Korean tacos. Basically everything in between as well. It had potential to be fantastic. I wasn’t able to make it up there...
The FDA still cannot honestly assure the public that milk is safe.– Ted Weiss (via officialteamgreen)
The Impulsive Farmer: Companion plants pt2: herb... →
squeoo: Herb gardens are a little less common than flower-dominant gardens, and probably about as common as a vegetable garden, but herbs themselves are fantastic companion plants. Some herbs are great for eating, and some have strong medicinal purposes (or you can extract oils and sell…
99 Things You Probably Didn't Know You Can Compost →
destx: Anybody that has a composting bin or compost pile at their house knows that old apple cores, banana peels and potato skins can be composted. But many people who compost at home are unaware of the sheer vastness of every day waste that can easily be thrown in their compost bin.
There is no doubt that humans are a naturally omnivorous species whose diet...– Vaclav Smil (Eating Meat: Evolution, Patterns, and Consequences)
Blogs to Come !
Although I am crammed with finals, homework, and studying I am working on a few blogs. Soon I will be posting my ANTI-Microwave blog. I have a few questions to answer and hopefully will be blogging with pictures my answers. Pretty excited about that. Another blog that I am working on is about my experience at the restaurant Sushiko in DC with pictures! Last but certainly not least I am taking a...
8 Reasons You Should Be Eating Cucumbers
thereluctantrawfoodist: Interesting list: spineandsports: One of the 30 Most Hydrating Foods. Made up of 96% water, naturally distilled (better than normal water) Contains alkaline-forming minerals (regulates ph levels in your blood) Good source of vitamin C and vitamin A (great for your skin) Prevents water retention (reduces puffy/swollen eyes) Helps normalize body temperature during...
Mysterious Honey Discovered That Kills All... →
Mixed Emotions. flowerfood: theafroqueerizedbeekeeper: Bees feeding off tea trees native to New Zealand, produce a type of honey that’s known as “Jelly Bush Honey” in Australia and “Manuka Honey” in New Zealand. Now, scientists at the University of Sydney’s School of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences have found this particular type of honey has some amazing curative properties. Until...
frites & fries: What is a Food Blog? →
fritesandfries: A post from Amateur Gourmet today: “In this week’s New York Magazine, there’s a story about a 27-year old who spends most of her life and her money eating out at trendy, of-the-moment restaurants […] one line (highlighted by Eater) stood out for me to the point that I’ve been…