Hi everyone, we hope you're having a great week and enjoying the Holiday.
This week, as the heat remains oppressive and the rabbits devour our poor peppers, we walk over to the rosemary.
Rosemary is a great herb because it pretty much keeps growing not matter how hot it gets and how little you tend to it. Beyond that, it complements many a meal with its unique flavor and aromatics.
In terms of its health value, rosemary has been equated for centuries with a good memory. Modern medical studies may now know why: one of the active compounds of rosemary called carnosol shows antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties on brain cells. Although this clinical support is preliminary, you can feel good the next time you eat a dish with rosemary that not only does it taste good, it may be helping your brain as well!
This week we leave you with a video of Emily, our little girl, who, out of the blue, decided she loves Snoopy!
Have a great week,
Your friends at EHN (Helen, Dustin, & Michael)