If you ever have chicken stock with the feet in, you will be hooked. Not only does it taste richer, it has a richer color and aroma, too. Putting the chicken feet into the stock pot boosts the nutritional content of the stock with the added collagen. But cleaning those feet can be intimidating. You […]
So this week the tree needs to come down. But what do you do with it? This post has five alternatives to just hauling it out to the back forty to rot. Useful things — like feeding it to your goats. So hop on over and check it out.
I love to have things on hand for a quick breakfast. When we used to eat boxed cereal, I didn’t have to think about cooking until lunch time. And for this homeschooling, work-from-home mama, that was a wonderful thing. But since we quit eating the cardboard-tasting, sugar laden stuff from the grocer’s shelf, I started […]
Does your kitchen counter ever look like this in the afternoon? I’m embarrassed to say, this is typical around my place. It seems that everyone in the house (except me, of course) needs to get a clean glass every time they get a drink. Recently I brainstormed to solve the problem, and I came up […]
If you’ve cut soda pop and Kool-Aid out of your family’s diet to lead a healthier lifestyle, but are tired of drinking water, try this recipe for a Kool-Aid alternative. It is all natural, sugar and dye free, and tastes great. My kids love it, and I’m sure yours will too.
My friend Jenny and I believe in soup. We believe it is nutritious, inexpensive, and quick to make. We believe in soup so much that we took our friendship off Facebook and onto the telephone to chat about Planting a Soup Garden. Since we wanted to share our enthusiasm, we recorded that conversation to become […]