These Almond and Anise Biscotti’s are a delicious treat with tea or coffee, and even better, they are gluten-free. These were served as a freebie treat at the Brookswood Meadow Farmers Market in Bend, OR
My garden as of 5/27/2012
We are still getting a lot of frosty days so I am watching the little plants carefully to make sure they don’t die. Amongst all of the dirt are a variety of cherry tomato plants ranging from chocolate cherries to sungold cherries. I have small patches of rosemary, oregano, lemon thyme, tarragon, and chives, which have been flowering for a few weeks now. The two white-ish plants in front are violet artichokes, and in the back are some holes with a variety of potatoes. The little tiny sprouts scattered all of the place are borage sprouts, They will need to be thinned once they get a little bigger. Borage grows very quickly and bees love them for their little blue flowers that taste like a sweet cucumber. You can also blanch the leaves of the borage plant and eat them, they taste like cucumbers.
Now we wait for sun….and summer!