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
Freeze lettuce?! You might think that sounds crazy. I think it’s genius!
Vibrant lettuce, grown organically, picked fresh that very day from your own garden
For many homesteaders and farmers, chickens are more than backyard pets- they are meat and eggs to feed the family, or possibly a source of income.
Farm fresh eggs: it’s either feast or famine around here! During the long days of summer I’ve got baskets full of eggs and I’m piling
For it being one of the colder months… we really accomplished quite a bit on the homestead! On the blog I made vegetable stock powder,
A great way to preserve the summer’s bounty is by turning into shelf-stable, ready-to-use vegetable stock powder! Also perfect for using up past-their-prime vegetables in
Egg Shop Closed for Business
Well, it’s happened. Our 1.5 year old hens are in the middle of a molt PLUS are feeling the effects
I am quickly becoming known as The Kale Lady. I hand out big bunches to family and friends, and make anyone who tours our garden
This is like autumn in a jar. It’s tart and tangy but sweet, complex and deep with notes of molasses and caramelized sugar. And there’s only
I do it every year. I have all these varieties of cherry tomatoes that I love, just love and have to plant. “Well, I only