Homegrown herbal teas are more than a pleasant alternative for tea time.
A few year back I had a lightbulb moment when I realized that I could grow and use my own plants for herbal remedies. We began to plant flowers and herbs specifically for drying… http://harroldcountryhome.ca/blog/embracing-tea-part-2/
Green and black teas offer many beneficial compounds that boost one's physical health. If you don't have a tea habit yet, you should think of starting one.
I like tea. It’s a simple, soothing drink and it can offer powerful benefits to your physical and emotional health.
The more I learn about herbal medicines, the more I value my… http://harroldcountryhome.ca/blog/embracing-tea-part-1/
Local chicken - it's pastured raised and missing antibiotics, GMOs and fillers.
At our local farm market, The Stand, we discovered a source for local, pasture-raised chicken. We’re excited about Hidden Root Farms and wish to share a little bit about them with… http://harroldcountryhome.ca/blog/artisanal-chicken-finds-niche/
Spring is the time to find Rhubarb ripe and ready for the picking and the eating!
Creamy Rhubarb Tart A friend of mine was looking to pare back her rhubarb patch at the same time that I was looking to expand mine. What a stroke of luck!
We dug up all the roots… http://harroldcountryhome.ca/recipes/delicious-rhubarb-tart/
We discover a new way to enjoy our harvest of Butternut Squash: baked into a loaf and spread with butter. Yum!
Butternut Squash Loaf We grew some hefty Butternut Squash this summer. Six of the squashes topped 6 lbs. All of that delicious squash couldn’t be wasted! We cooked some up into a… http://harroldcountryhome.ca/recipes/butternut-squash-loaf/
A recipe that will see you sipping a steamy mug of eggnog in 15 minutes.
Dad's Quick Eggnog
The same daughter who has a taste for sage, also has a taste for eggnog - not the store-bought kind. Oh no, she likes it freshly made on the stove and served… http://harroldcountryhome.ca/recipes/dads-quick-eggnog/