What is a Jingalov Hat? A Jingalov Hat is a delightful Armenian Green Sandwich “Hat” is pronounced, “hut,” in Armenian. The reference on line talked of lavash filled with greens or Armenian jingalov hats and it showed a photo. I had to know more. Armenian lavash is paper thin, usually baked in a tonir, a subterranean […]
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Small garden in our new condo. Able to grow my herbs in pots (so necessary for cooking my vegetables). However, I had to clear away the overhanging bushes to let the sun and rain do their work. Enter, the Safety Harbor Tool Library. https://safetyharbortoollibrary.myturn.com/ It is the coolest perk for condo livers with no garage […]
Thanks Marcie for the recommend! We enjoyed our evening at the Fredericksburg Herb Farm. Hostess passed out cards to guess the number of Easter Eggs around the front fountain—such fun. We had forgotten it was Easter weekend. Could not get a room at the Sunday House which are little cottages on the grounds (name based […]
Rosemary’s Latin name means “dew of the sea”, evident in how well in grows along the hillsides of the Mediterranean. It’s a member of the mint family and was once prescribed” to help improve memory. My rosemary is growing very well beside our little pond here in Florida.
Testing fresh herbs inside biscuits or laminated on top for Veggie’Tizers Roasted Asparagus Biscuits with Pesto Mayonnaise. Both crazy delicious—Mixed in the dough easier to prepare; Laminated on top, more impressive to look at.