D is for Dill Very popular in Mediterranean and European cuisine, magnifies the flavor intensity of vegetables and chicken, also used in sauces. Dill pickles are, of course, one of the first things, many will think of when hearing dill, but the herb is actually a much more versatile than that. Do not use in …Continue reading "Dill – An A To Z Challenge Blog Post"
B – Bay Leaf There are two different types of bay leaves, the more narrow-leaved California, and the broader, more oval shaped Turkish version of the plant, the latter being the stronger one in flavor. Matches well with: beans, lentils tomatoes, soups, risotto and shellfish Healing properties: Infusions of this herb can soothe the stomach, …Continue reading "Bay Leaf – An A to Z Challenge Blog Post"
#MarWritingChallenge is almost over, and it is time to prepare for the A to Z Blogging Challenge, that is held every year here. There is still time to sign up for the Challenge! In the middle of all of the craziness of getting ready to publish my book, however, I missed yesterday’s Theme reveal, where …Continue reading "Planning The Next Challenge – April's A to Z Challenge Is Coming Soon!"