After moving back to the farm I began to feel more invested in my homestead kitchen. As I take on more tasks from canning to making maple syrup these are the tools I long for in my country kitchen.
Sweet potatoes are heroes in my household. Mashed, smashed, baked, scalloped, fried…I could Bubba from Forrest Gump all day long with sweet potatoes. They’re amazing sources of Vitamin A (214% of your daily recommended allowance in one cup of baked sweet potato), C (52%) and manganese (50%). Regular potatoes can’t hold a candle to them.
I’ve bought a lot of “farm to table” cookbooks over the years, and other cookbooks written by other farmers, but for the most part I’ve been disappointed with all of them. My main complaints with these books are that either they’re written by restaurant chefs and the recipes are just too complex and impossible for […]
It’s the great dilemma, isn’t it? Healthy food can be far more expensive than less healthy options. But for whatever reason, we want to save money and eat healthy. The two can seem likely completely conflicting goals at times. It is possible to figure out how to eat healthy and be frugal.
After making homemade chicken pot pies, I will never go back to the frozen, store-bought kind. These are so easy to make and absolutely delicious!
Shake up your brownie recipe with some beer! These coffee and stout flavored brownies are rich, decadent and delicious.