You just might find that a smaller space can produce more than a larger one, with the right perspective. I am rather honest about my experience with this, and I give you three mental shifts you can make to see green, no matter what you have (or don’t have) to work with!
I am not the cutesy-craftsy, artsy-fartsy, Holly HappyHammer type. I do, however, love food. The real kind…and thus, I garden. The good news is that I do have friends who share my affinity for tasty homegrown food and they do it with flair. We are sharing our favorite gardening tips–and even a few pinterest-worthy garden […]
We’ve got three great ways to help you gain momentum for this year’s garden. We give you tips and resources to move your bare spot from wasteland to lush!
Sure, everyone tells you they love their Excalibur. But with so many choices on the market, why pay that price tag? Let’s talk about that, so you can decide if it is really worth it for you.
Homemade tomato paste and sauce should be a staple in every home; from gourmet to last-minute, these jars-of-summer will perk you up and fill your tummy. We teach you how to make both paste and sauce, and even how to dehydrate it for easy kitchen use later.
“Use it up, wear it out, make do or do without” as the old WWII propaganda posters said…and nowhere is this more applicable than in the homesteader’s kitchen! We work so hard to create nutritious food for our family that we must learn to leave nothing to waste. Here are some great recipes (from myself […]