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Blog Archives for category Herbs

Nouveau Greek Pasta Salad

Since ancient times there has been what is known as the “Mediterranean triad” in Greek cooking. That triad is made… Continue reading »

Pesto Fettuccine with Black Olives and Roasted Red Bell Peppers

It has rained for days – actually weeks is probably more accurate. But, today is a gorgeous spring day and… Continue reading »

Pasta with Butter, Garlic and Parsley

My Tall & Handsome it a pasta addict. He loves it served with the most complex sauce or with just… Continue reading »

How to Chiffonade Herbs and Vegetables

You may have seen me use the direction – “chiffonade basil”. Well, what is chiffonade? Chiffonade is a French term… Continue reading »

Potato & Corn Chowder for the Slow Cooker, by Beverly Hicks Burch

I’ve finally dug myself out from underneath school, classes, finals, health crises and life in general – and just in… Continue reading »

Easy to Make Rainy Day Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup, by Beverly Hicks Burch

A winter storm has been traipsing across the country bringing with it ice, sleet, snow and dropping temps into the… Continue reading »

Have You Planned Your Herb Garden Yet? Highlighting Corn, Lima Bean and Roasted Red Bell Pepper Salad, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Even after the last cruel spat of wickedly cold weather that crept our way after the first official day of… Continue reading »

Love that Yummy Corn and Lima Bean Salad, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Love that Yummy Corn and Lima Bean Salad, I wanted to share this recipe again, especially now that spring is… Continue reading »

Beer Baked Northern Beans with Rosemary, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Beer Baked Northern Beans with Rosemary By Beverly Hicks Burch For my birthday this year Tall & Handsome presented me… Continue reading »

Cheese Tortellini with Corn and Tomatoes – Bev Style, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Cheese Tortellini with Corn and Tomatoes – Bev Style By Beverly Hicks Burch I’ve been a fan of Taste of… Continue reading »

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