Fried sage, your new favorite delicacy

sage plant

Do you like freshly-fried bacon crushed onto your salad? Honey roasted walnuts? Well, I have a new one for you. A delicious, crunchy topping for salads, soups and whatever else you like. It’s fried sage. Yes, those lovely silvery leaves in your garden. Go get some scissors, cut some and meet me in the kitchen…

  • A handful of sage without stems
  • Olive oil to coat the frying pan
  • Salt to taste

  1. In a frying pan or nonstick pan, heat olive oil to medium high heat.
  2. Toss in the sage.
  3. When sage is crispy, transfer to a plate that has been lined with a paper towel.

Use sometime today as a topping. 

We’ve added more classes

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We’ve added more classes, including an online cooking class. Mother’s Day presents to celebrate the women in your life, cooking with fresh herbs and essential oils, dog care, and more. Most of them are free, and all of them are fun and informative.

Make your own Mother’s Day presents this year

All of our classes can be found here….

Instead of the usual tea mug or silk pajamas, what about a special mother’s day gift made by you, with love? Something you make with doTerra’s certified pure therapeutic essential oils? You’ll have the opportunity to make her roller balls, linen sprays, and room sprays. Each item you choose to make and take with you is $5. Cash, check or paypal.

  • Thanks, Mom (citrusy blend to uplift)
  • Relax, Mom (relaxing essential oils, including lavender)
  • Don’t Worry, Mom (anxiety-relieving essential oils)
  • Just Be Chill, Mom (a solution for hot flashes)

This is a free event; however, reservations are a must to ensure we have adequate supplies. Seating is limited, so get your admission ticket today! Two times and locations:

All ages welcome.

Online classes about using essential oils with dogs

All of our classes can be found here….

Do you often wish that you could take care of yourself, your dogs and your loved ones more holistically? Then join us for 25-minute online class. We’ll cover essential oil safety and solutions for dogs:

  • Solutions for bad breath
  • Solutions for aches and pains
  • Solutions for anxiety
  • and more; bring your questions!

Once you enroll in this free class, you’ll receive a link on how to log in from your computer, tablet or smartphone. Two times to choose from:

new location for classes

I’ll be trying a new location for my essential oil classes, the Bistro here in Corrales.

Are you ready to make the changes in your life that will take your health and wellness to the next level? Unsure where to start and feel a bit overwhelmed by all the options? This workshop will help you to expand your education, find the easy to implement solutions you need and discover the world of essential oils and how they can support you on this journey.

We will be covering:

* How essential oils provide a solid foundation for your family’s well-being
* What goes into producing a high-quality, therapeutic oil
* How to incorporate them into your daily life to support countless health concerns!

3 easy ways to add fresh herbs to your dinners this week

Fresh herbs always announce the beginning of Spring for us here at Corrales Herb Farm. We have chives, oregano, and lemon balm all coming up out of the warming earth. Today we’d like to give you three easy ways to add fresh herbs to your dinner table this week.

  • Add a sprig of fresh rosemary to a simple cheese platter. Add French bread and dinner is ready! 
  • Chop some fresh chives into your yogurt for a refreshing snack.
  • Canned or boxed tomato soup becomes a gourmet appetizer with fresh chopped basil. TIP: Use scissors to easily chop leafy herbs like basil.

Loving the lovage

Lovage plant

Our lovage plant that’s under our fig tree comes back every year, and we just saw the plant sprouting for 2019 yesterday. It will grow to this nice size, and we can use it in Virgin Bloody Mary’s, in stews and in gazpacho.

Corrales Herb Farm

Bienvenue chez nous ! Here at our little farm in New Mexico, we aim to provide friends, family, and local chefs with favorite and forgotten herbs. Chives on your yogurt, cream of sorrel soup, lovage in your beef stew, a lavender sachet on your dashboard.