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Sep 19, 2019

How to Cook a Meal (Almost) Entirely Out of Flowers - The New York Times

CreditPaul QuitorianoThe restaurant will begin with dinner service. Its menu, developed by chef Garrison Price (formerly of Il Buco Alimentari), focuses on all the ways that humans can eat and drink flowers: chamomile-rubbed chicken with rose-petal-infused harissa, crudos sprinkled with fennel pollen and pickled fennel flowers. He and bar director Gates Otsuji (who was previously Chef de Bar at the Standard Hotels in New York) have spent the past weeks fermenting, preserving and pickling enough flowers and flower-adjacent items that the venue has taken on a second life as a sort of mad botanists’ laboratory. Next will come lunch, breakfast, coffee and, of course, tea; there will also be a table at the front of the shop with a la carte stems of flowers that diners can buy to take home with them, plus a variety of bouquets arranged by the florist Mindy Cardozo; they will be selling books and home goods in their on-site shop, and hope to develop their own line of kitchen and beauty products sometime soon. The couple’s main goal, though, is to educate their customers about the health and wellness properties of edible flowers: “We want to create what we call a new flower movement,” Alessandra said, citing a study she read that observed how patients in geriatric and pediatric hospital wards had shorter stays, on average, when someone placed flowers in their room.Their other aim is to focus on sustainability and local sourcing whenever possible. “Obviously we have to manage the problem of what we are going to do in winter,” Alessandra said, “because the farmers are telling us, ‘we can produce maybe some saffron in the greenhouse, or eucalyptus, but not a lot.’” They are considering buying flowers from Florida once their upstate purveyors (such as Allora and Treadlight Farms) stop growing for the season, but don’t want to go any farther afield. Luckily, they’ll also have access to the larder that Otsuji and Price are building. On a recent afternoon, in the back room that will act as both a private dining and event space for a wide variety of classes, Otsuji brought out two glasses: one filled with a salmon-colored shrub of tomato, strawberry and chiloe peppers; another of the same beverage, but spiked with gin. He’s devised a brilliant style of garnish, wherein he draws a line up the side of a highball glass with a slice of lemon, then rolls the glass in dried flowers to create a floral seam. Both cocktail and mocktail offered the vague sense of waking up in a garden, lush and vibrant. To create that feeling at home, the Il Fiorista team shared their advice and recipes on how to brin...

Jul 27, 2017

Invaders: Many common 'wildflowers' are invasive species in the Yukon

For more information on the YISC and its community events, people can visit or the YISC Facebook page.Contact Lori Garrison at lori.garrison@yukon-news.comWalker organized the latest weed-pull to help curb the spread of the plant. (Joel Krahn/Yukon News)...

Jul 27, 2017

Isabella 'Sissy' Hoblitzell, homemaker, gardener and dowser

Ohio Railroad's Fair of the Iron Horse held at Halethorpe in 1927 and and moved to her family's property three years later.A 1954 graduate of Garrison Forest School, she made her debut at the Bachelors Cotillon.She married Peter A. B. Hoblitzell Jr. in 1955, and two years later, the couple moved into a home on Hopkins Lane in Owings Mills, where she lived until her death.She was a flower and vegetable gardener and earned a reputation for her ability at dowsing, or using a divining rod to located water."Her father had that ability, and she was so good that we called her the 'Water Witch,'" said a son, Thomas B. Hoblitzell of Ruxton."She'd find water anywhere and did it for family and friends. One time, the well-diggers were on a friend's farm and finding no water. She walked over and told them to dig there, and pretty soon they drilled and found water that rushed out at 12 gallons a minute," he said.Mrs. Hoblitzell was a judge for the Garden Club of America and had been president of the Green Spring Valley Garden Club.A golfer, she chaired the women's golf committee at Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, where she had been the 1991 Nancy Byers Martin Match Play champion.In addition to golf, she played tennis, bridge and bingo. An accomplished needlepointer, she also enjoyed mackerel fishing and peregrine falconry.She enjoyed spending summers at Half Moon, a family home in Chester, Nova Scotia, where she planned beach picnics, searched for sea glass, sailed and photographed sunsets.She was also a member of the Mount Vernon Club, and the Chester Yacht Club and Chester Golf Club, both in Nova Scotia.She was a communicant of St. Thom... (Baltimore Sun)

May 25, 2017

Kids bring flowers, smiles to Millville high-rise

Authority President Abbas; Energy Secretary Perry calls for national laboratory funding boost. APSilver Run Elementary School student Caleb Garrison distributes potted flowers Monday morning in the community room at Riverview West high-rise.(Photo: Joseph P. Smith/Staff Writer)MILLVILLE - There was no way to let the sun shine in at Riverview West, but kids from Silver Run Elementary School ignored the heavy rain to deliver cartons of young potted plants to the high-rise's residents on Monday morning.The delivery was part of "The Giving Sunshine Project.” Ten Silver Run students delivered the flowers along with some parents and staff. The project itself involved 110 students.Still on the way, organizers say, are cards students made for the senior citizens and disabled people living at the high-rise.The high-rise on Riverside Drive is one of three that the Millville Housing Authority operates. School-age visitors are a rarity but a welcome one, Executive Director Paul Dice said.He said a Silver Run School parent-teacher organization member, Heather Garrison, asked him last week whether a visit would be all right.“I was thrilled,” Dice said. “Nobody calls … and asks, ‘Can we bring you flowers?’ It just doesn’t happen, so I was elated to get her call. … It always puts smile... (Vineland Daily Journal)

Mar 30, 2017

A shamrock bouquet of issues

Don’t cry wolf when there is no wolf, because a liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth.Mary Garrison lives in Flat Rock. Reach her at (

Jan 26, 2017

?Rosemary Betty Stem, 91, Ladies Auxiliary Founder for Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department

Stem, 91, of Glyndon, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, at the Carroll Hospice Dove House in Westminster. Born on Dec. 4, 1925, in Garrison, she was the daughter of the late James E. and Sarah Ann (Whitmore) Carter. She was the wife of the late Richard William Stem, Sr. who passed away on Aug. 8, 2016.Her many notable endeavors include when she worked as a crossing guard for the Baltimore County Police; she was also a life member of Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department, Founder of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department, past president of the Glyndon Volunteer F.D. Ladies Auxiliary and the Baltimore County Volunteer F.D. Ladies Auxiliary.Surviving her are children: Richard W. Stem, Jr. of Westminster, MD, Carol Beimschla, and Colin Jay Stem of Red Lion, PA, grandchildren: Toni, Jennifer, Richard III, Jimmy, Heather, Timmy & Krissy, and 18 great grandchildren.She was predeceased by a daughter: Sarah Ann Stem, and brothers: Henry L. Carter and James R. Carter.The family will receive friends on Thursday, Jan. 12, from 7-9 p.m. and Friday, Jan. 13, from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the Eckhardt Funeral Chapel, 11605 ... (