Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

KyThymer

Thyme On My Hands

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Fun with herbs! Light, lively discussion of ways to add aroma and flavor to everyday life - cooking, crafting, and homecaring. Your host, Jules, is an escapee from Corporate America who has been teaching about and crafting with herbs since the mid-1990's. In 1997, she traded high heels for workboots and spent the next 11 years working for a retail/wholesale herb nursery. This radio show will discuss the lighter and more fun side of herbs - cooking and crafting, but not medicinal uses.

On-Demand Episodes

I missed two weeks' worth of shows. Missed them. Not by plan, not on purpose - I was painting! So this week I'm going to talk about the How and Why of that, the reasons that a creative activity can cause us to totally tune out the rest of the... more

Lavender is at the top of the "short list" of my favorite herbs, and I'm always looking for new ways to bring it into my everyday life. Today I'll be talking about the ins and outs of growing this beautiful, useful plant and brainstorming... more

No specific topic for today's show - let's just take a little wander through the garden on the way to making supper. ;)

It's springime in my hemisphere and the herb garden is starting to fill in. Today we'll be talking about some of my favorite drinks - grown-up and otherwise - that get a zing from fresh herbs.

It's late April, and the thoughts of many in Kentucky are fixed upon the first Saturday in May, when the Kentucky Derby is run. It's the season for entertaining here as our state fills with visitors from here, there, and everywhere. My... more

Life has been hectic here for the past few weeks. No one thing, but several hitting at once (as often happens in the Spring). Today I'm remembering something my Mom used to talk about - taking a "P.A. Day". P.A. stands for... more

After a few weeks' hiatus, I'm back in the radio chair. It's April here, and time to get the herb garden into gear. In today's show I'll be going back to some of the basics of herb gardening and use. (And probably some other stuff as well, hah!)... more

I came to art and oil painting as a late-fortysomething, and the biggest eye- and head-opener has been working with color. Seeing, analyzing, selecting, and mixing something that I had taken for granted for so long. What colors make... more

For the month of February, I have been enrolled in a Creativity Bootcamp on Facebook. My assignment: To finish one painting or drawing every day, and to post it so the group of artists, writers, poets, photographers, and wildly... more

It's the Lenten season in my little part of the world, and with the season comes the addition of more fish to our diet. Experts say that we should eat more fish in any season, but my household has never been overly fond of it. So, how... more

Comments

 comments