Friday, June 19, 2009

published!


i wrote an article for essential herbal. it's been awhile since i've done so. i wrote about making yummy herbal candy. peppermint and spearmint were good but making them with lemon balm is to die for! my kids begged for more. i want to try sage, basil and bergamot next.

for fun, i'm giving away 1 copy of the magazine. leave a comment here and suggest another herb that may be yummy candied for a chance to win it! if you sign in as anonymous, please leave your name and email contact in the comment section.

i'll draw a winner on tuesday morning.

10 comments:

Mist said...

Candied violets... YUM. I think I'd like to try candied marjoram too, but maybe that's just because I've got marjoram on the mind.

Maria said...

I'd love to see that article! Sounds like fun...
How about Rose candy, horehound, thyme, fennel, or lemon verbena?? Mmmmmm....

The Thinker said...

I think tarragon for people who like licorice. (Which I don't, but a lot of people do. LOL)

Christine said...

anise or rose geranium or lavender. I made lavender cookies and got a blue ribbon at the fair.

Gina said...

I was going to suggest lavender and anise too, Christine beat me to it (LOL!)

Um, how about sassafrass or sumac (in the fall)???

Congrats on getting published-wonderful news!

comfrey cottages said...

i already subscribe to the essential herbalist, read your article, and monday is dedicated to making candied lemon balm leaves now kristine! good article and congratulations on being published. (don't enter me in this contest since i have the mag already). just wanted to congratulate you and i think i might try pineapple sage candied now! good job kristine! hugs :)

karl said...

congratulations getting published...

k-)

twofroghome said...

Congrats! Can we send one to you for an autograph?

cat said...

what about rosemary? we can't get enough of it around here..hehe

congratulations on getting published!

mamaroots said...

Congrats Kristine- that is wonderful and sounds so yum also!!!

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