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Early Spring Vegetables

Seasonal Spring Vegetables

  We love this time of the year, and we especially love the spring vegetables that currently are in season. Here are a few of our favorites that can be found in the grocery store and farmers markets, all at seasonal pricing: Artichokes — Try grilling these beauties. Cut in half, lengthwise. Steam for 15 […]

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Strawberries with Balsamic

The Succulent Strawberry

    Superfood Strawberry Strawberry season is upon us!  From mid March through June 1st, sweet and succulent strawberries will be at their peak and plentiful in grocery stores, farmer’s markets and pick-your-own farms. Strawberries are not just another pretty face.  They are considered a superfood, loaded with valuable health benefits.  They are chock full […]

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Sicilian Lemon White Balsamic Vinegar

One Vinegar, Five Uses Spring has sprung!  Flowers are blooming and trees are budding. And for many, the desire for braised meats and comfort food wanes making way for lighter, fresher and easy to prepare meals. With our desire to eat a little lighter and fresher, comes our desire to use our fruity and citrusy […]

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Meet Our Singles

It’s All About the Single Ladies We have spent a lot of time talking up our fancy infused olive oils, but we thought it was time to introduce you properly to our single varietal extra virgin olive oils.   Single varietal means just that… the oil is produced from one single variety of olive and […]

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Rooibos Tea- Drink to Your Good Health

Many drink tea, hot and iced, as an alternative to coffee or soda. Types and flavors of teas are abundant from caffeinated black tea to herbal infused varieties. One type of tea that we particularly like is Rooibos. It originates from South Africa, and the name means “red bush” in African.   The leaves, which […]

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Ginger Root

Verdant Kitchen

In last week’s blog, we introduced you to Whodini Sisters Bloody Mary Potion, a locally made product.  This week, we are featuring another fine product made here in Georgia, Verdant Kitchen.   Products Using Georgia’s Own Ginger Farm Ginger root is a picky little root.  The soil conditions and climate have to be just right […]

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