There are times in your life you just don’t understand why things happen. For instance, I was filling water balloons for a church event today and our border collie was enjoying the water from the water hose. To make a long story short, she swallowed nearly 200 unused balloons.
One of my favorite tastes of the summer is that of a fresh, homegrown tomato. And one of our family’s favorite ways to eat tomatoes during the year is in a delicious, chunky, salsa. Here’s a great recipe for zesty salsa, adapted slightly from the Ball Canning Blue Book, to make do with the peppers […]
Do you love squash? Have zucchini coming out your ears? Check out our post on how to preserve your bounty. And shed a tear for all of us east coasters who labor tirelessly to keep their squash plants alive long enough to grow a squash…..let alone a dozen!
With 4 out of 12 hives Queenless come July, I decided it was time to act, and ordered new Queens to introduce in the colony.
We get so excited to “put away” this year’s harvest–but before you put the first jar on that shelf, take a few minutes to take inventory. What is the condition of your food storage? Do you need to rotate the oldest to the front? And what is that nasty goop on the shelf, anyway? Here […]
Peach season is here, and there is no better time to try a new peach recipe. Fresh, frozen, or preserved, we’ve compiled ten delicious recipes that capture the summer sweet flavor of peaches.