Tips and tricks I’ve learn about cooking on a wood stove after spending an entire winter cooking every meal on one!
This posts will share my favorite tips for saving time on the never ending task of cooking.
This post will share the 5 ways you can incorporate homemade foods into nearly every meal and save time and your sanity as a result.
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 […]