Have you ever checked on your tomato plants, only to find them completely defoliated? The Tobacco or Tomato Hornworm might be the culprit. Here are some identification tips to help you combat this common summer pest.
Are you looking for inspiration for a beautiful, functional and affordable chicken coop? Check out Homestead Honey’s new coop – moveable, adorable, and made almost entirely out of reclaimed materials.
Long, hot, sunny summer days are perfect for baking in a solar oven. This recipe uses fresh blueberries to capture the taste of summer.
Around this time of year, I get a strong hankering for the fresh, piquant flavor of homemade salsa. Only problem? My tomatoes are not ripe yet! This recipe uses garden fresh produce and a secret ingredient to capture the taste of summer….when you can’t wait any longer.
Building a homestead from scratch can be challenging – where do you sleep, eat, play, and cook while you’re building? Homestead Honey shares her family’s outdoor kitchen set up.
For many years I have been in search of the perfect granola – something nutty and crunchy that could stand up to milk. A radical shift in my granola making occurred when I was introduced to the idea of using raw buckwheat groats in place of rolled oats. After much experimentation, I have come up […]