Spring 2017

Rye Tavern Sunflower Salad

You can plate this salad in minutes, if you’ve made the components—roasted beets, pickled onions, and chimichurri vinaigrette—ahead. 1 pound beets 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar 1¼ cup olive oil, divided 3 cloves garlic, divided...

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Digestion Tea

1 teaspoon dried peppermint 1 teaspoon dried fennel seeds 1 cup boiling water Pour the boiling water over the herb mix, let sit covered for 15 minutes. Strain and enjoy with or without honey. Read the...

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Thyme Tea

2 teaspoons of dried thyme or 1 tablespoon fresh thyme 1 cup boiling water Steep thyme in one cup...

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Stinging Nettle Tea

A tea useful in reducing the symptoms of seasonal allergies. 2 tablespoons dried nettles 2 cups boiling water Steep dried nettle in boiling water for five minutes. Strain and enjoy, hot or iced! You can also add dried mint or...

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Sleep Well Tea

1 teaspoon dried lemon balm 1 teaspoon dried chamomile 1 cup of boiling water Pour the boiling...

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Marsh Mallow Tea

1 tablespoon marsh mallow root 1 cup warm (not boiling) water Mix marsh mallow root with warm (not...

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Ginger Tea

Here is one of my go-to favorites that I take at the first sign of a cold. Ginger and honey have...

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Fennel Tea

1 teaspoon fennel seeds 1 cup hot water To make a cup, use a mortar and pestle to bruise 1...

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