|A Dinner of Herbs |
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Happy holidays one and all! May you be surrounded by those you love and those who love you.
The Discovery of Salt – China
The Dreammaker – Scotland
Epsen Ashlad and Redfoks – Norway
The Gingerbread Man - England
Giufa’s Judgement – Italy
King’s for Breakfast! - Hindu
Legend of the Sage Plant
Lion Who Took Woman’s Shape – South Africa
Love Like Salt – Fourteen versions from around the world.
The Maiden Who Loved a Star – Native American
Redfox and Askeladden – Norway (An adapted version of Epsen Ashlad and Redfoks)
Salt - Russia
The Turtle and the Lizard - Philippines
Why Dogs Sniff - Portugal
5 DIY Decorating Ideas to Deck the Halls (with Herbs!)
Cinnamon-n-Spice Ornaments Herbal Style
Cinnamon-n-Spice Ornaments Craft Style
Herbal Play Dough
Recipes with Spices and Herbs
A Taste of Home: 57 Recipes with Fresh Herbs
Granny Sue’s News and Reviews Herbal Legend and Lore: Rosemary, Sage, Fennel and Marjoram
Herb Facts for Kids
Herbal Folktales for Fall – This blog has wonderful information about herbs that would be delightful, educational additions to herbal stories in your repertoire.
Herbs in Mythology
Into the Woods: The Folklore of Food by Terri Windling
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