My new love for all my laundry wash days is homemade Laundry Soap – Concentrated and Whipped! Recipe ↓↓ at the end. But be sure to read what made me move over to this recipe after using others for a long time.
Bread bowls are always a fun way to serve up a soup, stew or chili. They are very easy to make. And I have a great recipe I want to share with you all. Especially tasty if you make them up with freshly ground flour if you have grain mill. Come on over and let […]
SAUERKRAUT is the easiest ferment to make. It’s the one I always recommend to someone new to fermentation. I’ve made kraut off and on over the past 35 – 40 years. My very first try at it was with an abundance of cabbage or more like a bumper crop from our own garden when we […]
Basque Sheepherders Bread is nothing short of scrumptious. Especially if you slice into it, right out of the oven, and serve it up with a bowl of soup or stew, in wedges or break off chunks. Origins of this bread come from the Basque Country / Spain – France.
There is nothing better than tomato soup made with your own tomatoes. Whether you pick them fresh from the garden, purchase at your local farmers market or canned your own. There is a richness of flavor that you can not find with store bought ingredients or commercially canned soup. This is sure to be come […]
Do you love hot peppers in your food? Do you ferment? Would you like to learn how? Join me as I share my step by step to make Lacto-Fermented Southwest Hot Peppers. Jalapeno – Habanero – Garlic. Recently dubbed “Pamela’s Peter Pipers Pickled Peppers” by my husband when I took the jar off my fermenting […]