Chive Blossom Vinegar

Making chive blossom vinegar is one of my favorite signs of spring. It produces such a beautifully pink color that I absolutely love. And it just could not be any easier to make! I start off by picking the chive blossoms when they are in full bloom. If your blossoms bloom at different times, start with a critical mass, then add the remaining blossoms when … Continue reading Chive Blossom Vinegar

Individual Chicken Pot Pies

I feel like I’m emerging from a coma. This week our family was hit particularly hard by a nasty little cold virus. I feel a bit like I’m whining since I know several families with young ones have recently battled stomach bugs and the flu virus, which are WAY worse, but this cold virus threw us for a loop, including making my toddler wake up … Continue reading Individual Chicken Pot Pies

Roasted Cherry Tomatoes

Every year when my tomato plants start producing, I can always rely on the cherry tomato as the star performer. I usually go out every few days and can pick upwards of a pound of cherry tomatoes each time. While these tomatoes are delicious right out of the garden, I like roasting these little guys as it sweetens and deepens up their flavor even more. … Continue reading Roasted Cherry Tomatoes