This sophisticated jam is savory, smart, and ideal for canning into tiny jars NOW, and gifting during the holidays. It is delicious on roasted meats, on pasta with a lump of fresh goat cheese, with salty preserves, on poached eggs…try this easy recipe and use either the traditional water bath or modern steam canning directions.
This post teaches a beginner how to take wool roving and create eco friendly felted wool dryer balls that fight static and wrinkles and help your clothes dry faster too!
Read this post if you think canning will take you too much time. This post and YouTube video explains how canning actually is a huge time saver for busy moms.
Strawberry jam is the perfect preserve to try if you’ve never canned. This recipe is great because it is easy to double or halve and as I like to say, the worst case scenario when making strawberry jam is that it turns out a little thin and you end up with strawberry syrup. Strawberry syrup […]
This post will share an excellent choice for giant yarn and the techniques that can be used to create bowls, baskets, hampers, rugs, poofs, and more.
Here is a beautiful, pink, fresh tasting shrub recipe that is easy and uses a vinegar I haven’t showcased before: champagne vinegar. Read on for the recipe!