Author Archives: Corners of the Mouth

The Scoop on Salt -Karin

Salt has been sought after for human use for thousands of years and has 40,000 applications from manufacturing to medicine. Years ago, Greeks traded salt for slaves, thus the saying “he’s not worth his salt.” Roman soldiers were partially paid in salt – the word “salary” comes from the Roman “salarium” stemming from the word […]

A Lotta Frittata – Garnish

baking dish large pot with lid steamer basket skillet large mixing bowl grater   1 small cauliflower cut into florets and half florets 2 tablespoons olive oil or butter or other oil 2 onions chopped 1 jalapeno pepper seeded 18 eggs 1/2 cup grated parmesan or asiago cheese 1/2 cup grated gruyere or cheddar salt […]

Corners Commitment to World Health – Karin

With “health-foods” – foods made with natural ingredients, non-GMO and organic products – cropping up more recently in Safeways and Walmarts across the USA, what makes products sold at a privately owned, worker-run store like Corners of the Mouth so special? The primary answer is COMMITMENT – commitment to uphold and promote organic, sustainable agriculture […]

Delphine’s Season’s Changing Chai

The cooler mornings of fall are perfect for the stimulating spices of Chai. At Corners we offer a pre-mixed Redwood Chai that can be used as a base for spicy tea or apple cider. Below is a recipe which is joyfully being served to warm you up inside, at Delphine’s, Saturday and Sunday, 9-10:15 am, […]

Baked Veggies

Some of us may have an abundance of late ripening summer vegetables – what to do? Try this baked combo adapted from Whole Living Magazine…. This recipe can be doubled and tripled, just use a bigger baking dish! 2 Tb extra virgin olive oil plus extra for drizzling 1 onion thinly sliced (rings) 4 medium […]

Fermented Schizandra Hibiscus Soda

2 quarts water 1/4 cup schizandra berries 1/4 cup dried hibiscus flowers 1/2 cup evaporated cane juice 1/2 cup yogurt whey Bring water to a boil, add the schizandra berries and simmer for 20 minutes. Stir in the sweetener and hibiscus and allow it to cool slightly – ¬†until you can put your finger in […]

Back to school granola bars – Anna Rathbun

I made these up last year when my daughter asked for packaged food like all the other kids get. If you cut them in squares and wrap them in wax paper with a colorful sticker they qualify as packaged food. 3 cups rolled oats 1 cup coconut, grated 1/4 cup oat bran 1/4 cup butter […]