Just upstream from where I harvest ramps, I found a nice patch of watercress, a perennial green which grows wild in shallow areas of streams and has a wonderful peppery taste. It is especially tender in the spring, and can be used fresh in salads, or as an ingredient in soup. Here’s how I made […]
I just recently began sprouting, for both my family AND my chickens! I researched how best to accomplish this and stumbled upon some wonderful health benefit facts about eating sprouts! Visit my post on Fresh From Home to read more
Got pigs? Or just a love for bacon & sausage? Check out our list of ten things to do with leftover bacon or sasuage grease. You might find some fun, surproising uses!
Kohlrabi is not a well know vegetable and most folks don’t know how to prepare it. Here is a tasty recipe for traditional Kohlrabi Soup taught to me by my husband’s German and Hungarian relatives.
Want to know more about quinoa? Like how to cook it and basic nutrition info, for starters?
Store-bought dried fruit is usually treated with sulfur and coated with sugar to preserve it. It’s also pricy. If you have a dehydrator, or a sunny spot, and some screens, you can dry your own fruit much cheaper and the results will be just as tasty and much better for you! This week I made […]