TIP OF THE DAY: Homemade Infused Oils

You may see a proliferation of infused olive oils at the market. But you might want to infuse your own: When you don’t have the space to store multiple bottles of oil. When you don’t use infused oils often enough and the they go stale. When you’d prefer an infused oil other than olive oil.…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Homemade Infused Oils”

TIP OF THE DAY: Ways To Season Chicken

You don’t want a bland chicken, so dig out the spices and season away! Photo courtesy Butterball.   Barbecue sauce is the number one food that THE NIBBLE receives over the transom (and old publishing expression that means unsolicited). Barbecue sauce is expensive and totally unnecessary. Our mother rotisseried a wonderfully delicious, plump bird several…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: Ways To Season Chicken”

PRODUCT: Wall Herb Garden

Would you like a kitchen herb garden, but lack the necessary windowsill space? Pick up a Living Wall planter from WoollyPocket.com. It’s available in seven colors. All it needs is a wall space that’s 13 inches x 18 inches. Fresh basil, dill, parsley and other favorites will soon be yours for the snipping!   Plant…
Continue reading “PRODUCT: Wall Herb Garden”

TIP OF THE DAY: How To Revive Wilted Vegetables & Herbs

You can crisp everything but the garlic. Photo by Scott Bauer | U.S. Agricultural Research Service.   Sometimes, you bring vegetables home from the store and find them wilted the next day. Other times, you forget about the vegetables for days, then find them wilted. This tip helps you revive asparagus, bell peppers, carrots, celery,…
Continue reading “TIP OF THE DAY: How To Revive Wilted Vegetables & Herbs”