A ten pound pork belly from the butcher can be ten pounds of bacon in just a few steps!
Follow my journey and copy this this delightful Blue creamy cheese.
Banana chips store well and are easy to take along on road trips and busy days out. Learn how to make your own!
Something as simple as a sick child can throw your daily schedule into a frenzy. It is a wonderful feeling to be able to provide a sick or stressed friend with a home-cooked meal on a moment’s notice – and without neglecting your responsibilities to your own family.
What can you do with all the zucchini that multiplies like crazy in your garden? It’s perfect for preserving so you can enjoy lots of zucchini recipes throughout the winter and spring seasons. Here’s how you can prepare and store zucchini in your freezer. Choose the Right Zucchini Your zucchini should be fully ripened (but […]
Tip: a wide-mouth jar makes it easier to spoon out the biggest dollop of relish you’ve ever had so that you can get that hot dog in your mouth in record time.
Looking for a way to use those homegrown zucchinis and jalapenos? These recipes are delicious, easy, and healthy – you gotta try them!
I really hate to see food go to waste, and as I was cutting up a watermelon this year, I thought what a waste it was to put the watermelon rinds in the trash. I don’t have chickens anymore, and I don’t have a compost, so I really do feel like I am wasting them […]
As Chris describes in her article The Benefits of Growing Parsley in Your Kitchen Garden, there are three basic types of parsley: curly, Italian parsley (also known as flat leaf), and Hamburg. Her article will provide you with a good introduction to the three types of parsley and some of the basics. But in this […]
You can probably imagine what was going through my head when I found myself in the grocery store looking at the rows of tomato paste that I so desperately needed for dinner that night. “Golly gee whiz! I know I can do that!” I shrugged my shoulders and bought it anyway. The teeny cans of […]
On a recent visit to my grandmother’s house, I received a special canning request. My grandmother had a couple of apple trees that were full of ripe apples, and she wanted apple butter. Normally, my grandmother makes my family apple butter, applesauce, and canned apples, and she gives them to family members for Christmas. I […]
I’ve been wanting to make my great-grandmother’s recipe for bread and butter pickles. Her recipe takes two full days to make. I think that’s a lot of work now, so I can’t imagine how it was done before refrigeration, fancy kitchen appliances, and most of all air conditioning. I decided to do a very similar […]