Use a pressure canner to make and preserve homemade soup to eat all year long for a quick, easy meal that isn’t full of artificial ingredients. It’s easy to can soup at home by following a few simple canning principles.
Fresh ricotta is easy to make at home and can be made easily with cow or goat milk.
Whip up a batch of homemade cabbage rolls, full of veggies, meat, and grains for a healthy meal. Double the batch and freeze the leftovers for a quick meal later on, that reheats easily for a tasty meal in no time!
Care for wood utensils by making up a batch of homemade and natural wood spoon oil and giving them just a little attention so that they can serve the kitchen well for years to come.
Roast tomatoes with peppers, onions, and garlic for a tasty soup that’s great eaten fresh or preserved for later. This general method allows for plenty of customization to suit everyone’s tastes!
Anise Hyssop is a perennial herb for many home gardeners and comes with a distinct black licorice flavor. Bees and other pollinators quite love the plant making it worth planting alone, but beyond that it’s tasty in culinary uses and has some healing properties as well.