Learn which fruits and vegetables are the “dirtiest” or “cleanest” and where it makes “cents” to spend the money for organics.
Sure, it’s easy to open a container of frosting and slather it on a cake, but how healthy is that? I’ve come across some ways to decorate cakes in a healthier manner. I’ve also found a few delicious recipes for frosting and ganache that you might find to be healthier alternatives to some you’ve been […]
Making country wine is a marvelous way of utilizing– and glamorizing– even the least enticing fruits of the season. For us, a tree loaded with dried-out jujubes this fall became a case and a half of sweet, effervescent beverage. Country wine is simple to make and fantastically forgiving. It can be made more complex or […]
Here’s some late summer yum coming right to your fridge: cherry chia jam. I’ve been fascinated with all of the talk about using chia seeds as pectin, so I decided to try it out. Here are the results.
Ploughman’s supper is a quick, easy and yummy meal of bread, cheese, cured meats, fruit and pickles… but we suggest you make it your own!
Gather up some friends and spend a day gathering blueberries! My boys and I ventured on our first trip to a blueberry farm. We invited friends to join in and I used it as a time to share recipes and ideas on what to do with our bounty. I brought along some canning jars, recipes […]