We have had a lot of requests for recipes from the farm. Some
using our own Spice of Life lavender seasoning and some
without. Here are some of our favorites. Some of them are our own
and some have been submitted by our friends who have visited
Please e-mail us if you have any recipes that you would like to
include so that we can share them with our readers.
Lavender Salmon Recipe
1tbs of fresh lavender, minced.
1tbs of lavender salt/spice.
21/2 lb filet of salmon, with skin.
1/2 stick of butter.
1/4 cup or less of dry white wine.
-Warm butter until melted, add wine.
-Rub skinless side of salmon with fresh
lavender and lavender salt/spice.
-Press in so it creates a crust.
-Put skin side down on upper rack of BQ.
-Baste with butter/wine mixture.
-Cook for appx. 20 minutes.
Lavender Roasted Beets Recipe
1 clove of garlic, minced
2 fresh sprigs of lavender, finely
1tsp lavender salt
2 fresh sprigs of thyme, finely chopped.
2 tbsp red wine vinegar
3 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 beets sliced thinly.
-Heat up grill
-Mix together first 6 ingredients
-add salt and pepper to taste.
-Make sure oil is incorporated with vinegar.
-Lay out a sheet of aluminum paper and
pour liquid and beets on to it.
-Lay butter on top
-Close packet and grill for about 20-30
Lavender Flat Iron Steak
1-2 tbs Lavender Spice Rub
2 tbs Balsamic Vinegar
1 Flat Iron steak
Salt and pepper to taste
-Marinate 3 hours in open air
-Heat oven to 500
-Sear meat on both sides
-put skillet in oven until meat reaches
Spice of Life Chili Recipe
2 -cans pinto beans (15 oz)
1 -can kidney beans (15 oz)
1 -can chopped green chilis (4 oz)
1 -can diced tomatoes
1 can stewed tomatoes (Blended)
1 -onion (Finely Chopped)
1 1/2 tsp Spice of Life Seasoning
1/2 tsp black pepper
chili powder to taste
-Put all veggies, Spice of Life, salt, and
pepper in a crock pot and simmer on low for
-Stir every 3 hours
-add chili powder untill it has a kick but not
-Serve with whole grain crackers or tortillas
1 -Large homemade or store
1 -teaspoon Spice of life
-Sprinkle Spice of Life over the pizza
-Add any other desired toppings
(mushrooms, browned ground beef,
shredded Parmesan cheese, etc.).
-Bake for about 20 minutes at 400F or until
the cheese is hot and bubbly.
-Slice and serve.
|Popcorn and the Spice of Life
Sauce Pan: Medium sized
1/3 measuring cup
Oil: Experiment with various oils (Grape,
Olive, Coconut, Corn, etc…)
• My favorite four
Popcorn: Experiment with different
varieties. All have their own distinct flavor
Seasoning: Spice of Life
2 TBS oil
• Pour into sauce pan and Preheat on stove burner at Medium
• Drop 2 kernels of corn in sauce pan. When they pop, ADD…
1/3 Cup popcorn
• Place lid on pan
• When popcorn has popped about 15-20 seconds, lift pan off
burner and shake well
• Replace pan on burner and allow corn to pop another 15-20
seconds and shake again
• When it’s close to done, turn off burner and let it finish popping
• Transfer popped corn to a large bowl
• Sprinkle lots of Spice of Life seasoning. Mix the popped corn
and sprinkle more seasoning until entire bowl has been seasoned
-Makes about 3 quarts
Note: I sometimes sprinkle Parmesan cheese (in a can/jar) along
with Spice of Life seasoning, or occasionally pour melted butter on
the popcorn and then sprinkle with
Spice of Life seasoning.
|1 teaspoon fresh ground Sea Salt
2 envelopes of Active Dry Yeast
50 fresh Rosemary leaves (diced)
3 cloves garlic ( Klarney red)
1 teaspoon Spice Of Life
1/3 cup olive oil
1 cup organic milk
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoons butter
Mix half the flour with the dry ingredients in a bowl. Heat milk, water and butter to 120-130 degrees. Gradually add
mixture to dry ingredients along with olive oil while stirring (I use a wooden spoon). Now, add rest of flour while
kneading. Continue until you achieve the consistency you want.
1/2 stick butter
1/3 cup olive oil
1 clove garlic
1/4 teaspoon Sea Salt
1/4 teaspoon Spice of Life
Your choice loaves or buns...both are great!!
Oven to 375
Baste top of bread when first put in oven then again right before it comes out.