Bay leaf or bay-laurel was loved by the Romans and Greeks. Kings and heroes wore bay leaf crowns (pretty fancy, huh?). The leaves can be used to treat issues with the stomach, kidney and liver as well as relieve aches and arthritis. It reduces the risk of diabetes, helps with inflammation and even treat wounds. What’s not to like? See some of our bay leaf posts and recipes below!
Favorite Bay Leaf Recipe: Coming Soon
While sitting out in the sun one day, we snipped a few of our homegrown herbs and thought to dry them. We brought the leaves into the kitchen, put them on a cooking sheet and into the oven. Once dried, we softly crumbled the basil, parsley and sage leaves…read more
When it’s cold outside, our Mini Veggie Pot Pie recipe comes in handy. We normally try to avoid butter and all purpose flour, but we celebrate our hard work with weekly treat days where we can enjoy some comfort food. Veggie Pot Pie hits the spot, warms the soul...read more
When it comes to curries, this one hits the spot! The potatoes melt, the peas stand out and everything is alright in the world. It’s such a comforting dish and is one we enjoy often. It reminds us of when we worked in New York City. We’d meet for lunch at...read more