Splendor Garden product of the week

Fenugreek is an annual herb with a slightly sweet, nutty flavor often described as a cross between celery and maple, making it Splendor Gardens product of the week.
Use fenugreek to season savory meats, such as chicken or pork, and vegetables

An aromatic spice with a bittersweet taste. Use it in curries, vegetable dishes, stews, and with chicken.

Got Hiccups? – Health Benefits of Cardamom

Got hiccups? Charlie Pulsipher at Sunwarrior says to use cardamom. According to health hub this spice has numerous health benefits from aiding with hiccups to blood clots and chest congestion.

It’s well worth adding cardamom to your food for the flavor alone, but these health benefits are also something to consider whenever you break out the spices.

Maple and Cardamom Glazed Carrots

The perfect side … this maple and cardamom glazed carrots recipe from Alyssa at Everyday Maven is sure to be a hit! Make using Splendor Garden #organic #cardamom for that extra flavor punch!

My absolute favorite carrots in the entire world are Nash’s Organic Carrots. They are life-changing carrots and for anyone that lives in the Pacific NW, they are a lucky gift of living here. There is nothing like them – seriously. Yes, I am raving…

Slow Cooker Focaccia Bread

There is nothing better than fresh bread from the … slow cooker?? Yes, that ‘s right I said slow cooker! This recipe from SheKnows is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and can be served as a snack or as a starter,with a side of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. this bread would pair well with any if your favorite pasta dishes.

I have made this bread using Splendor Garden #rosemary and #thyme and had a hard time sharing!

Did you know you can make bread in the slow cooker? This focaccia recipe is the perfect place to start.

Splendor Garden product of the week

Looking like a small needles from the sprig of an evergreen tree the wonderful smell and assertively pine-like fragrance and pungent flavor, #Rosemary is Splendor Gardens product of the week.

A highly aromatic and pungent dried herb. Use it in tomato sauces, marinades, stuffing, and to complement pork, lamb, poultry, roasted potatoes, vegetables, and beans.

Why Use Organic?

Why use Organic? This is a question asked time and time again. Below is an interesting and informative article from the staff at the Mayo Clinic which allows you to discover the difference between organic foods and their traditionally grown counterparts when it comes to nutrition, safety and price.

Understand the differences between organic foods and traditionally grown foods when it comes to nutrition, safety and price.