Appetizer, Photography

Green omelet in the oven

Spring is here and nature is getting alive. Is the right time for all the green ingredients you need for a green omelet. For mine I use wild garlic and stinging nettles which I find in our garden. You can venture in the forest to find them if you don’t have them in the garden or… Continue reading Green omelet in the oven

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Photography, Salad, Useful

I love spring green miracles

Who doesn’t like spring? Flowers blooming all around us, all the trees getting alive and birds singing all day long are just a few wonders of spring. We had a cold spring so far. With snow at the end of March, I thought that is gone take ages to see green around us. But spring… Continue reading I love spring green miracles

Photography, Useful

Stinging nettle – your best friend

Nettles is also known as stinging nettle and has been use in the kitchen and medicine since old times. My mom used to put it in almost any food in the spring. We used to run in garden and get sting by it, when we were playing hide and seek.  I remember all the adults… Continue reading Stinging nettle – your best friend

Photography, Useful

Wild garlic

When you say spring all I can think about it is wild garlic. Fresh from the garden or the forest, these leaves are my favorite for a pesto. Forget about basil. Go bold, go wild and make a wild garlic pesto. It is also known as ramsons, buckrams, broad-leaved garlic, wood garlic, bear leek, or bear's garlic. I use the leaves in… Continue reading Wild garlic