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Cherries: health benefits & how to enjoy them!

Cherries health benefits & facts: Cherries belong to the rose family. Fruit production starts three to four years after planting. Tree reaches maturity after seven years. Amazingly delicious,…


Cherry Pit Heating Pad

Cherry pits will hold in the heat and give back their comfort to achy necks, cold feet, cramping tummies, and cold, shiver-y shoulders. This is the perfect craft idea to try this season, getting…


Fruit & Vegetables Artworks

Kids can have fun making random prints of fruit and vegetables or using the different shapes to create interesting images both on paper and fabric. It is a great way to learn about them while having…


Grow your own tomatoes

Growing your own tomatoes is exciting and it pays back with delicious sweet fruits. Follow our simple advices to enjoy your tomato experience! Select a site with full sun. Dig soil to about 30 cm…


Sourdough Bread

Do you love fresh, crusty, crunchy bread? We do!! And we want to share some info about our favourite one: sourdough bread! Here are some facts: It’s such an old form of leavened bread and hasn’t…


Asparagus Pairings

Asparagus goes well with... Herbs, Spices & Sauces: Dijon mustard, basil, dill, parsley, pepper, nutmeg, tarragon, chives, sesame, ginger, olive oil, vinegar, soy sauce, hollandaise sauce,…


Summer Bulbs

Squeeze a few summer-flowering bulbs into your garden, they take up very little space and reward you with bursts of colour until autumn! Begin to plant summer flowering bulbs in borders and…


How to choose, store & cook asparagus

Choose asparagus: Look for bright green or violet-tinged spears with firm (not limp) stems. Make sure the tips are closed and compact. When the bunch is squeezed, it should squeak. Also, be sure to…


10 Reasons why you should eat asparagus!

Asparagus season just started! Try to eat fresh asparagus keeping in mind they're not only delicious but also super good for you: Low in fat and calories, asparagus contains lots of fibre making it…


Soft feet in 3 easy steps!

Step #1 Soak your feet You will need: 1 Cup of milk 2 Tbsp olive oil Directions: Fill up a container with warm water. Add the milk and olive oil. Mix all together. Relax and soak your feet for…