A rich stock makes a delicious and nourishing base for soup.
Chicken, whole, half or parts, the bones or carcass from a roasted chicken bring very rich flavor Garlic, skin on Onion, skin on Carrots Celery leafy ends and ribs Black pepper corns Bay leaves 3-4
Put on your aprons.
Wash the chicken, put it [...]Continue Reading →
Photograph by Sheila Jennings
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Here’s a peek at Nature Tables from all around. Send us a photo of yours and we’ll post it here with a link back to your site.
This is from Marianne Frost’s Ruby Morning Playgarden:
Mrs. Thaw close up:
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Puppetry Column with Suzanne Down A Story Poem for Spring
Each month through the year, Suzanne will share with us an idea for puppet story.
I believe in story and puppetry for children that opens the heart and soul, and brings, through the listening and looking, a picture of the possibilities of goodness [...]Continue Reading →
Each month, we will bring you a picture of an early childhood program. With our debut issue, I am delighted to bring you a picture of Margaret’s Garden, tended by devoted caretaker, Danielle Epifani. Danielle works with children from 18 months to 9 years of age and has been doing this work for [...]Continue Reading →