For years I’ve tried making pickles- everything from bread and butter refrigerator pickles to classic dills… and for years I’ve never found a recipe I
You might take one look at our garden and wonder if we’re preparing to be invaded by werewolves, vampires, and other evil spirits. Currently, a good
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
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
The winter months are definitely slower on the homestead. We have a lot of snow and cold here in Wisconsin- which calls for spending most
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
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
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
I planted two little mint plants last year, in a crappy spot with poor soil and partial sun, hoping that they would spread and hide
(gluten-free, grain-free, vegetarian, paleo)
A frozen and thawed green bean will never be as good as a green bean just plucked from the garden, still