It’s that time of year again when the seed catalogs are arriving at our home daily and the lengthening days are reminding us that planting season is not that far away. Choosing and buying seeds is both exciting and overwhelming. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Today’s Tasty Tuesday food post round up has two delicious recipes from member blogs and several more submitted by our amazing readers and friends. $7 Dinners – London Broil for Inexpensive Beef Cuts from Untrained Housewife I love this latest addition to the Seven Dollar Dinner Recipe series Daniel has been posting on Untrained Housewife. […]
Lilies are favorites in gardens and as cut flowers in bouquets. However, for cats, lilies can be fatal – learn how to prevent and treat toxicity in cats caused by lily consumption.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy delicious salads. Here are some tips for colorful winter salads that are sure to please.
You can dry tons of food, but if you store it improperly you’ll end up with nothing that’s actually edible.
Essential oils are often used as fragrances in cleaning products, but they are also effective natural cleaners. Many essential oils are antibacterial and antiseptic, and they can be used as natural disinfectants and deodorizing agents.