Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly with Currants – You Won’t Believe the Flavor
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Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly with Currants – You Won’t Believe the Flavor

While gathering this year’s currant harvest, I had a vision. What if I combined Queen Anne’s lace jelly with currants for a unique seasonal treat? I could picture the clear jelly with bright red berries suspended in it for a pop of color and flavor. All I needed to do was figure out a way…

Queen Anne’s Lace – Butterfly Host Plant and Blueberry Protector
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Queen Anne’s Lace – Butterfly Host Plant and Blueberry Protector

Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota) is a biennial and is also known as Wild Carrot, Bird’s Nest Weed, Bee’s Nest, Devils Plague, garden carrot, Bird’s Nest Root, Lace Flower, Rantipole, Herbe a dinde and Yarkuki. In some states it is designated as a noxious weed. Today’s featured weed is Queen Anne’s Lace, Daucus Carota The…