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 […]
Out here in the wilderness I have a hard working crew of three men and myself. When you return inside from a hard days work we are typically quite hungry. My men are “BIG” eaters. Did I say BIG? So keeping up with the demand can be tricky. It requires planning on my part since […]
Have a plethora of zucchini from your garden and looking for some new recipes to try? Zucchini Mock Crab Cakes are so tasty and easy to make. They freeze well and can even be made in the middle of winter using frozen shredded zucchini you preserved from your garden in the summer!
Do you love carmel corn but don’t want the fake ingredients that most store-bought popcorn gives you? If so, check this recipe out. It is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
This recipe for Swedish Potato Bread has been passed down in my family for more generations than I can count. It is a family tradition to serve this at our Thanksgiving table, but it brings comfort to me any time of the year. Read more at Fresh From Home for the family recipe and the […]