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Spring Eats

Carrot PieWhole pieRhubarb Buttermilk Bread 2Asparagus 1

Oh, this weather we’ve been having lately! While it’s been wreaking havoc on my allergies, requiring daily nasal saline rinses and doses of Tri-Ease, it has revived and invigorated my spirit and body, nonetheless. It’s also got me truly jazzed about springtime foods. To that end, I thought it might be fun to offer a little round-up of seasonal recipes that I’ve showcased here over the years. Happy spring eats!

From the archives:
Carrot Pie

Strawberry Crumble Pie

Rhubarb Buttermilk Bread

Pistachio-Crusted Asparagus with Feta Vinaigrette

Pea Trellis & Pea Frittata

Spring Compound Butters

Herbs de Provence Egg Salad (and best ever hard-boiled eggs)

 

 

 

 

3 Responses to Spring Eats

  • Kaitlin Jenkins says:

    I just died at your mention of TriEase- we are such kindred spirits. I just finished reading a post of yours from last week (playing catch up!) about the rainstorm- wondering if you’ve ever tried Balance with Fly? It helps ease my dogs’ anxiety about thunderstorms with just a few drops <3

  • Joyce says:

    Kaitlin where do you get the drops for your dog?

    • Hi Joyce-

      I have an account with Doterra and simply order my essential oils and supplements from them. I also educate on essential oils & their use for humans/pets as a business. Feel free to email me kaitlin.j.86@gmail if you’d like more info….Ashley may be doing this same thing as well? I am not sure….I hope that helps.