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  Sweet dreams are made of this… What’s the first aromatic herb that comes to mind when you think of soothing, relaxation, sleep ? Most likely you will say lavender - valerian and chamomile also candidates, but lesser aromatics, in the case of chamomile, and a lesser pleasant scent in the case of valerian. One of the most popular fragrances for soap, the name is derived from the Latin ‘lavare’ ( to wash). The featured herb page lists numerous uses for this versatile herb.  
 
 
   
 
  Speaking of sweet… here is the recipe for our delightfully light and tasty Lavender Blossom Tea Cookies - as the name implies they are the perfect accompaniment to tea, iced or hot. Enjoy them on the veranda, as summer’s heat gives way to autumn breezes. And if lavender dazzles your taste buds there are five more recipes featuring the lovely herb in our latest cookbook! See the bookstore page to order !  
 
 
   
 
  Connect with some of the oldest friends of mankind: herbs. Drop in to explore the culinary, sensory, beauty and uses every Tuesday at 10:00 am from May 27th-August 26th, 2014.

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Herbal Cookery has been singled out as among the best in the country and the world, by Gourmand, Tabasco, and USBook News,the National Indie Excellence Award and now the Eric Hoffer Book Award !!!

 
 
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