I’ve always been a mushroom-lover… blame it on my upbringing. I grew up in the woods, with two generations of wild mushroom foragers before me.
This has been the year of the fruit leather, and my favorite so far is this plum and crabapple fruit leather… it’s sweet and tart,
My parents planted a Christmas tree farm when I was just a young girl, so I grew up learning to make holiday decorations to sell for extra
Hi friends! This is where we take a look back at all that we’ve accomplished during the month, and reflect on the real-life ups and downs
Spring is the best, isn’t it?
At least in the cold north it is! The world goes from brown, cold, and dead to full of
After convincing Karl to try a piece of our Christmas tree, I asked him if he had any witty openings for this “How to Eat
If necessity is the mother of invention, a trunk-load of blueberries is the mother of this blog post.
We were fortunate enough to be invited
Turkey Hatching Fail
Our egg-hatching track record is dismal. We made our first attempt to incubate eggs: 11 turkey and 1 duck. It turns out
Maple trees already provide us with pretty much the greatest substance ever created- could their seeds taste phenomenal too? While they don’t taste
Garden o’ Plenty
In April we plowed up the garden and lightly tilled it to break up the sod initially. This month we fenced it