Elderberry Syrup (recipe in their free catalog) for keeping the sniffles at bay

Rosemary Garlic Crackers for delicious snacking (sorry, no recipe available, but such a fantastic course)

Baby’s Bath Bundle for nourishing sensitive skin

food, homeschooling, nature • Tuesday, March 27th, 2012 • 6 Comments »
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6 Responses to “Making”

  1. Mousy Brown says:

    That all looks so good! 😀

  2. kristina says:

    Oh those crackers look delicious! K x

  3. Erika W says:

    We keep three raggy old elderberry trees in a corner of our garden for making elderflower cordial and elderberry syrup. The syrup is wonderful for winter infections We fill a glass 1/3 full and top up with hot water–the most comforting drink imaginable and it coats the throat and stops coughing and soreness.

  4. Petit Filoux says:

    It all looks so pretty! You must be very busy these days, not blogging as much, but I want to say I always look forward to your updates, you take such beautiful photos and I find what you do so inspirational!

  5. hesta says:

    soulfull blog love it .

  6. Debora says:

    So enjoy your photos! I’d love to make elderberry syrup. Think I’ll research what it’ll take to plant a tree. I use oil of oregano for colds…it also works wonderfully!

    Feel better,

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