A delicious frittata recipe that uses chard, potatoes, bacon, and cheese – it’s super easy to do and so tasty any time of day!
Potatoes are a staple crop in the garden. They are easy to grow, store well through the winter, and provide a nutritious addition to most of our meals. Whether you grow your own storing potatoes or purchase in bulk from farm stands, click the link below for 5 Steps to Storing Potatoes for Winter:
A simple and easy potato leek soup with flavor that is out of this world!
ok, Sometimes you just need a burger and fries…good fries, not the super thin, limp, grease ladened fries you get from a fast food place. In the time it takes to grill the hamburger patties and make the sweet tea, you can have amazing home fries in the comfort of your own home.
I grew up in the garden. Most of my summertime memories as a child are in the garden or in the kitchen, eating what we grew. Punishment for fighting with my sister was extra weeding in the hot sticky air of July in Kentucky. While I may not have enjoyed it then, something was happening […]
This frittata is super-simple and so diversible that you can make it with whatever you have in your fridge or pantry. It comes together in just a few minutes and is soooo tasty! We are so busy this time of year that I love a simple supper that I can put together quickly.