Dill pollen, hand collected and AMAZING when sprinkled on green beans, eggs or tuna salad or on the end of your finger. Pollen Ranch Spices This is not just some substitute for dried dill leaves. Rather, it’s a subtler, more nuanced version of the familiar dill, milder than the fresh herb but equally suited for many of its uses. It’s a great finishing spice for lots of dishes and reduces the call for salt.
Vanilla pure bean paste – so much more concentrated and vanilla flavor than extract and half the cost of vanilla beans without the hassle of scraping out the pod. Vanilla paste
Grab the Gold Energy bar – gluten and dairy free. These bars are expensive so if you can’t afford the price tag or you pride yourself on being thrifty, try making your own by following this link Copy Cat Gold Bars
The smell of pinon pine incense takes me to New Mexico every time. When I smell it, my shoulders immediately relax. The very smoky aroma upgrades your daily yoga practice Cones of Pinon
Black flats. I live in black flats and love these from Clarks. Almost all the shoes in my closet are Clarks Black Flats to Live in
For my clothes, I let Stitch Fix take care of me and love getting the little aqua box every month full of 4-5 items of clothing and accessories selected just for me to try on and decide either to add to my wardrobe or simply return in the postage paid mailer. So easy, so fun, at stitchfix.com
Johnny’s Selected Seeds is a great way to buy healthy seeds for your spring garden. I learned about them when I took a gardening class at the Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT for short). Johnny’s Seeds The seeds come in resealable packages with a plastic bag within the outside paper wrapper. Great for storing in your refrigerator. Order their free catalog. It is a beauty. If you want to learn about soil biology and urban gardens check out their classes at BRIT. They’re legit! BRIT
Happy Spring from the Red Dirt Girl.