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Happy 4'th of July

Tamara Huron

Happy Independence Day!

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Healthy Father's Day Gift

Cate MacKrell

There's still time to order your Father the healthiest natural and organic gift. Send him the Herb of the Month. Each month he will receive an organic fresh herb along with recipes featuring the herb.

Show your Dad you care and give him a gift that will do him good!

Be healthy & 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

 

 

 

 

Tarragon Lemonade

Cate MacKrell

The weekend's here and it's time to relax!  How about a healthy homemade Tarragon Lemonade. Simple to make and oh so refreshing. First, make a simple syrup. In a small saucepan over medium heat, add 1 cup water, 1 sprig Tarragon and 2/3 cup Agave syrup or honey. Heat for 4 minutes to blend flavors. Remove from heat and cool.

To a large pitcher add juice of 6 lemons, 5 cups of cold water and 4 sprigs of Tarragon. Add ice to your favorite glasses and get ready for a great refreshing drink.  Celebrating something fun, this recipe is fantastic with a touch of Gin or Vodka.

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

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 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

Valentine's Week

Cate MacKrell

Valentine's Day falls on a Thursday this year, leaving many busy working folks not able to celebrate on the actual day.  Most people have said they will be celebrating Friday night or Saturday this year.  Makes sense!

Sharing this fantastic dish, easy and a wow! Take a moment and arrange the shrimp so they make hearts.  You can even thread them on a skewer to look like hearts.  Shrimp with Basil & Mango is a sure winner to get your true love's heart thumping.  A little spicy, alot of flavor.

Order your Healthy Valentine's gift today.  Visit organicherbalcooking.com, I'll have your Fresh Organic Herb along with healthy recipes to your door by Friday.

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

Healthy Valentine

Cate MacKrell

Give the Healthy Gift of Cooking with Organic Herbs! There is still time to send this Natural Gift to your Valentine.

Wouldn't you rather say "Healthy Valentine"! Place your order by Tueday for Valentine's delivery.

Visit organicherbalcooking.com Herb of the Month Club.

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara

Healthy Valentine

Cate MacKrell

Oh my...it's already February!  Cupid will be arriving before you know it.  Show your Valentine you care...Gift them the Herb of the Month Club.  Every month they will receive a fresh organic Herb along with recipes created to highlight the Herb.

They will thank you for not tempting them with sweets and chocolates. Who doesn't want to have the best looking and healthiest Valentine around.

Visit organicherbalcooking.com to order.  You'll receive big kisses from your true love.

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

Herb Chicken Kebobs

Cate MacKrell

This is a great dish that is easy and versatile.  The trick to create tender juicy kebobs is in the marinade.  The secret ingredients are apple cider vinegar and mint.  Mix together olive oil, vinegar, lots of fresh mint, oregano and garlic.  Pour over cubed chicken breasts.  Marinade for at least 6 hours or overnight.

Broil or grill until light brown.  These make a great accompaniment to potatoes, pasta or even topped on a salad.

The apple cider vinegar and mint add a healthy kick that makes this dish a sure favorite.  Mint is readily available and there are all different kinds.  Take a moment to experiment.  If you have orange mint, apple mint, spearmint, all would be wonderful in this recipe!

Be healthy & enjoy,

Tamara