Take your traditional corn on the cob and spice it up a little! Why not sprinkle your cobs with a little garlic pepper, paprika and parsley for supper tonight. It’s such an easy way to change things up.
Here is a neat craft idea for the holidays!
The aroma alone will make your home smell so delicious!
Check out how Homemade Gifts Made Easy made them. Just click on the pictures below!
This aromatic mulling spice will fill your home with the warm flavors of the season. This is great to make all year long.
Take one heaping tablespoon of mulling spice and tie into cheese cloth. Put the mulling spice and three litres of apple juice into a crock pot. Simmer this for 4-6 hours and let the aroma fill your home. Add about ¼ cup of organic cane sugar to sweeten to your desired level (or not, you decide).
A very aromatic, warm earthy spice that can be used in baking, stews, and is a great addition to any lamb dishes.
Did you know?
Star Anise is the seed pod from the fruit of the Illicium verum plant, an evergreen shrub native to Southwest China.
Star anise has a very pungent, distinct flavor that is sweet and spicy, similar to licorice, and should be used in small quantities. Although the flavor of star anise is generally thought of as sweet, it is commonly used in savoury dishes; it pairs well with citrus, onions, poultry, beef, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger.
This all purpose vegetable seasoning enhances every vegetable from asparagus to zucchini. Use liberally on almost any thing from grilled veggies, potatoes, broccoli. It’s even great on rice!