Grinding your own hamburger may seem like an activity best left to a white-clad man behind the deli counter but it is actually not difficult and can result in a very versatile food product that you can prepare at home. Follow these tips for a successful meat grinding session. I have spent a lot of […]
Wish you knew how to can like Grandma did, but think it is too hard or you don’t have the time to learn? This post is for you! I can help you dive into canning with a modern spin with the Canning Jump Start Guide- read on for the guide that will help you get […]
I called upon my friend Emily who is a flower enthusiast and budding flower entrepreneur (follow her lovely Instagram here!) to help me write this post. These are the tools she and other flower lovers like her use to identify flowers both while out and about and at home after a hike. That Garden App […]
I’m a big fan of doing things at home, making food for yourself, and generally believe homemade is best. You can read my manifesto for more on the purpose of this blog and truly, I love helping my Wildflower readers learn how to make things for themselves. There’s a few situations where you cannot make […]
I want to share with you one way we can minimize stress in our kitchens, how to create a minimalist pantry, and that is in minimalism through canning. This post will help you create a minimalist pantry plus there’s a bonus, super versatile tomato sauce recipe included. Read on for the full post!
Canning for a party can be a cost-effective, fun, impressive way of thanking guests for coming to your event. Before you think, “I don’t have time to make 40 jars of jam” hear me out. You can preserve jam, hot sauce, salsa, or some other preserve that fits with your color or party theme which […]