There are a lot of reasons to love dandelions, despite the fact they often get a bad reputation. They are one of my favorite signs of spring and I really look forward to their pretty yellow flowers dotting my lawn. My kids can’t wait to make wishes as they blow the seed pods. Dandelions aren’t […]
Crustless quiche is an easy springtime dinner that can be prepared with fresh ingredients from the garden. Use up your extra eggs in this yummy recipe. It can be made without the hassle of making a pie crust, and only takes a few minutes to prep.
If you’ve never trimmed your hens’ flight feathers it’s an easy to learn skill. Trimming their wings is a painless way of discouraging them from jumping fences.
It’s officially spring and the plants are starting to really grow. Here are some pictures of what’s growing in our garden in early spring.
Growing potatoes is a pretty straightforward process. I’ve even harvested potatoes from volunteer plants that grew from compost scraps. They can be grown in the garden or in pots for smaller spaces.
If you are ever faced with an excess of kefir (which happens all the time to me) make kefir cheese! If your kefir grains are anything like mine it just keeps churning out the kefir whether or not we’re drinking it, and happily multiplying themselves in the process. Kefir cheese is similar to cream cheese […]