This post will share with you a super simple apple shrub recipe that will help you transition from sweltering summer days to cooler fall nights.
This post will share how to use the part of the pineapple that is so often tossed or composted and thus saves and makes terrific use of it to make a delicious, flavorful shrub. Read on to see how one magic step makes the core the best part of the shrub!
Canning grape jam is a fairly simple task because the recipe is straightforward and brief, grapes are not difficult to collect (no thorns like blackberries) and are sweet enough that they don’t require a lot of extra sugar. While we most often see the clear jelly in stores, grape jam is delicious, and seems to […]
I don’t have it all figured out. I don’t have it even ¼ of the way figured out. Being a mom is hard work and adding anything at all (a job, a rowdy pet, a messy, manly husband, a broken vacuum) and it starts to feel like you a struggle to keep your head above […]
This is a versatile, simple, and easy recipe. Roasted bell peppers are divine on a toasted cheese sandwich, indispensable in Mexican dishes, right at home in Mediterranean meals, and so utterly useful that I run out every year way before canning season returns and I always wish I had made time to can more.
Dove and other birds have a tendency to be dry, and the key to a dinner that doesn’t end up in the dog dish is keeping the meat moist. Dove are a rather small upland game bird and the way our family loves them cooked is in a foil packet on the barbecue. The foil […]