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Homemade Mustard: From Mild to Wild

Homemade Mustard: From Mild to Wild

Posted by Julie on May 15th 2020

Chances are good you’ve got a squeeze bottle of yellow mustard in your refrigerator right now. You may even have a jar of Dijon or spicy brown mustard too. But have you ever tried making this essen … read more
Go Crazy for Caprese

Go Crazy for Caprese

Posted by Julie on May 11th 2020

Many so-called Italian foods may not actually be Italian in their origins. Insalata caprese is one dish that’s decidedly Italian. It was created in Capri, an island near Naples. This simple dish … read more
Cantaloupe: Vine-Ripened Sweetness

Cantaloupe: Vine-Ripened Sweetness

Posted by Julie on May 6th 2020

Summer is on its way, and that means melons will be in season once again. Here in Colorado, we’re fortunate to have excellent weather for growing sweet and juicy cantaloupe. While it’s worth waitin … read more
DIY Dessert Idea: A Parfait Bar

DIY Dessert Idea: A Parfait Bar

Posted by Julie on May 1st 2020

We have to admit dessert might be our favorite meal. We’ve covered special holiday desserts for Thanksgiving and Easter, to sweet treats you can enjoy any time of year, like brownies and berries … read more
Get Creative With Flavored Popcorn

Get Creative With Flavored Popcorn

Posted by Julie on Apr 27th 2020

While popcorn can be a healthy snack when it’s air-popped, we prefer our popcorn dressed up a bit. Pop it on the stove in oil, and season it with sweet or salty (or both) toppings for a delectable … read more
How to Grow Herbs

How to Grow Herbs

Posted by Julie on Apr 22nd 2020

You might have enough outdoor space to grow a garden, or you might opt for planting tomatoes in pots. But even the smallest abode has room for growing herbs. Use them fresh or dried; either way, … read more