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Cantaloupe Basil & Mozzarella Salad

Tamara Huron

Refreshing summer salad with cantaloupe and basil. Easy to make and delicious!

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Happy 4'th of July

Tamara Huron

Happy Independence Day!

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Thanksgiving Herbs

Cate MacKrell

This Thanksgiving give your family and friends a gift that is organic, healthy and delicous.  Send them Organic Herbal Cooking's Organic Herb of the Month.  Not only will they love using the herb in their recipes, but will enjoy the beautiful recipes cards included for the featured herb.

There's still time to order a 1 month or 3 month subscription to arrive for Thanksgiving.  Your family and friends will be "Thanking" you this holiday.  Pictured are herbs ready to send!

Be well & enjoy,

Tamara

October Cooking Show

Cate MacKrell

Saturday October 12, 2013    Huntsville Botanical Garden   Murray Hall

Please join me for a delicous day! I will be talking about Herbal Holiday Entertaining. You will be treated to lunch as I prepare the dishes and take home recipe cards to share. My friends will be sharing some hostess gift ideas.

Show 11:30 -1:30 PM  You must register call 256-509-7918 to sign up. Talk to Dorothy Thomas for more info.

Look forward to seeing you at this fun event!

Be well & enjoy,

Tamara

Easter Gifts

Cate MacKrell

Hippity Hop...Fresh Herbs on Their Way....

Healthy Natural Easter Gift

1 month, 3 month & 6 month gifts available

Visit  organicherbalcooking.com

Delicious Recipes Included                    Fresh Herbs to Your Door

 

 

 

 

Herb Spring Fever

Cate MacKrell

 I always post the finished product, recipes that highlight fresh organic Herbs. With Spring only 23 days away, I thought I would share a few pictures of the othe side of my business.

Planting seeds can be economical and fun to watch as they sprout and become stronger. Plant cuttings of perrenial Herbs is always fun, this way I can share some Herbs with my friends.

Now is the time to plant a few of your favorite Herbs so that you may benefit in the months to come.

Be healthy & enjoy

 

 

 

 

 

 

Happy President's Day

Cate MacKrell

In honor of our forefather's who worked so diligently to make this great country, many had beautiful gardens, even with some Herbs! This dish is simple, healthy and inviting.  Rosemary & Garlic Crusted Pork chops would honor our President's with the very first bite.

In a bowl, mix minced garlic, Rosemary, olive oil, salt & pepper. Push into each chop to adhere. Grill or broil to perfection.

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

Happy Valentine's

Cate MacKrell

Happy Valentine's to all my friends and fellow Herb lovers. Make your Valentine meal special with Heart shaped Herb Croutons.

They go great with a Ceasar Salad or Garden Salad. Brush your bread with olive oil, garlic powder and sprinkle with your favorite Herb and bake for 3 minutes.

Your Valentine will say Mmmmm!

Be healthy & enjoy

Shrimp with Mint & Rice Noodles

Cate MacKrell

If you've never cooked rice noodles, you will be surprised at the ease of preparation and the lightness they offer. You don't boil rice noodles, but pour hot water over to soften. They are popular in many Southeast Asian dishes.  They also have less carbs than regular noodles.

I wanted to create a dish similar to favorites I've had in Asian restaurants.  The ingredients are simple and cooks quickly.  Mint was the Herb of choice for this dish.  Mint leaves offered a sweet flavor with a refreshing cool finish.  Mint is readily available and once you have it in your garden, you will never be without!  It is invasive, wants to take over the garden, so keep it under control!

Mint adds a delicious balance to this wonderful dish.

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

 

 

Edamame & Green Beans with Mint

Cate MacKrell

The New Year is a time to feel revitalized! Who wouldn't like to be healthier and share the benefits of eating well with their family and friends. 


This is a simple dish with 3 of my favorites.  The health benefits are second to none. Herbs have a great history with Mint having an enormous family of varieties and types. Mint is known to have originated in Asia and the Mediterranean region. In many cultures, mint symbolized hospitality and was offered as a sign of welcome and friendship to guests as they arrived. In the Middle East mint tea is still served to guests on their arrival.  In ancient Greece, the leaves of mint were rubbed onto the dining table, which was a sign of their warm greeting. I really like this idea, the smell must have been marvelous.

Edamame's are a natural source of antioxidant's and full of protein.  They are easy to cook and very tasty. Take a moment to experiment with them, their versatility is awesome.

Let me know if you would like the recipe.

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

Light Herb Lasagna

Cate MacKrell

Looking at the weather today, most of the country is experiencing a dreary cold day.  Even in the South, the temperatures have dipped.  Time for a comforting warming dish.

Lighten your lasagna with low-fat ricotta and part skim mozzarella.  Add spinach, oregano, basil and chives to round out a healthy delicious entree.

If you would like the full recipe, contact me at info@organicherbalcooking.com

Stay warm!

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

Tis the Season for a Natural Gift

Cate MacKrell

Looking for a Christmas gift that would make Santa smile!  Organic Herbal Cooking offers an Organic Herb of the Month along with simple healthy recipes that highlight the featured herb.  Your family & friends will be thanking you for sending a Natural and Organic Gift.

There's still time to order for Christmas delivery.  Visit organicherbalcooking.com

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara