Limoncello is an Italian liqueur, traditionally served after meals, or sometimes as a welcome drink. It’s typically served chilled at the very least, and occasionally it may be so cold that it borders on Slurpee consistency (though it has to be a lower-proof version or an extremely cold freezer to make that happen). This is […]
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 a basic recipe to make a one gallon batch of blackberry mead! This is also known as a melomel, a mead made with fruit.
This is a follow up to our Homestead From Scratch post which listed the first 20 things we did to get our homestead off the ground. This new post lists the NEXT 20 things we are planning for the next year or so and some great ideas for how we want to do it. Got […]