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 »Tags: bath bundle soak, elderberry syrup, rosemary garlic crackers
That all looks so good! 😀
Oh those crackers look delicious! K x
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.
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!
soulfull blog love it .
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!
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