‘Tis the season for cold refreshing beverages and I just cannot get enough of this iced green tea recipe I invented. It’s full of all kinds of healthy ingredients and couldn’t be easier to make.
by guest blogger Mark A. Moyad, MD, MPH. I have probably investigated more than 100 aphrodisiacs in my career, and the majority (90-plus) have little to no merit. But a few, such as arginine, capsaicin, ginger, and maca, are interesting and do deserve some attention.
by guest blogger Maya Rodale.
This recipe is based on my mother’s classic apple cider—I just added a little kick.
To finish off my month-by-month year of floats, it’s time to celebrate the return of warm weather (sort of—at least it’s not freaking freezing all the time) with a Mojito Float! Virgin, of course, for sober folks like me. Before I reveal my recipe, I must take a moment to reflect on the last 12 […]
I had a request in March to do a Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen float version of the McDonald’s Shamrock Shake, which I think is minty because it’s green. But the problem is I don’t really care for mint-flavored drinks unless the mint is REAL, and my mint isn’t up yet. It’s usually ready in time […]
Oh, how I love a virgin piña colada on a beach. I always order one (usually just one a year) on my first day of vacation in a warm place. It’s a delicious confirmation that yes, I really am on vacation in a warm place. Well, I am determined to recreate that happy feeling at […]
This one was Eve’s idea. I actually was out of float ideas, trying to think what is seasonal and fitting for January—when, I am sorry people, there is NOTHING, nothing, that is in season. (And I don’t want to hear from anyone in California about all the good stuff you have out there. Anything good […]
The other day I was asking my family if they associate Christmas with any specific dessert, the way we associate Thanksgiving with pumpkin pie. They couldn’t think of any. Sure, there are cookies and pies (my favorite is sour cherry, but I missed the crop this year so didn’t get to freeze any). And I’m […]
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now