O is for Oregano Brought by the returning WW II soldiers from Italy, oregano comes in two varieties – the Mediterranean version being milder than its Mexican counterpart. It is almost inseparable from any Italian dishes, but should be used with caution when adding to foods, as it tends to overpower other herbs and spices. …Continue reading "O Is For Oregano – A Herbal Guide"
Over the last few months, I have been looking for a suitable skin care regime for myself, that would actually live up to my fairly stringent criteria, while being effective. While this search has been leading to some frustrations, I have come across several products, I can actually happily endorse, and Azure Natural skin …Continue reading "Azure Naturals: A Vegan, Cruelty-Free Skin Care Line Suitable For Sensitive Skin – A Review"
E is for Elderberry Elder (Sumbucus) leaves, bark, roots and berries in their raw condition are poisonous. The culinary use lays in its syrup, which is derived from the berries, as well in creations of jams, jellies, sauces and pies. Eating the cooked berries by themselves is not advised as they are bitter on their …Continue reading "Elderberry – An A To Z Challenge Post"
Business, school, and work – often leaves us stressed out, overwhelmed and in dire need of a break. Add kids and a husband to that mix and a few minutes (or a couple of hours) of alone-time are a dream come true, even if a seldom realized one. So every once in a while it is …Continue reading "Time to De-Stress! Make Your Own Facial Masks!"
Who? Tampa Bay Organics What? Organic Fruit and Vegetable Delivery How Much? Moderately priced – no delivery charge Rating: 5/5 Stars I have wanted to try out organic vegetable deliveries, actually have been researching what type of deliveries and coops will be available in the area we will be moving to sometimes this year for …Continue reading "Product Review: Green – Greener – Tampa Bay Organic!"