Homesteader Hubby and I were supposed to be building a new brooder together, but he and our youngest boy decided an afternoon of fishing was much more interesting! The girls and I decided whipping up a batch of our homemade fruit pies was an even better way to spend our Saturday afternoon!
Dandelions aren’t weeds; they are nutritious, easy to find and one of the first early Spring fresh treats here in the North. Since we never use chemical sprays here, we know the Dandelions growing in our yard are totally organic! Have you heard of Dandelion Jelly? I made some of my own this year – […]
Spring on a northern homestead, what a wonderful time of year! Along with Asparagus and Jerusalem Artichokes, another early plant in our gardens in Rhubarb. Even just 2 Rhubarb plants will give you a large enough harvest to eat fresh, plus enough to do some preserving. Here are 8 great ways to use and preserve Rhubarb (with […]
These bars are a lot like a chocolate chip cookie but “gooey-er”. They are so rich and yummy that you just can’t eat just one. They are simple to make and turn out perfectly each and every time. It is our go-to dessert for company or for pot-lucks. It is requested often and one taste […]
Have a small amount of beets on hand? Want something quick and easy to do with them? These delicious refrigerator pickled beets are the answer!
Smoothies are wonderful because of their versatility, and ease of preparation. We typically keep frozen fruit on hand, and always have almond milk in the fridge, so I can always assemble some form of smoothie! This chocolate mango smoothie is made with almond butter and almond milk, with a little bit of local honey. It’s […]