Ah, the sight and smell of mint. It is a surefire sign of Spring being here to stay for me. Mint has always been sort of a nemesis for me, and I often refer to it under it’s “scientific name” of yardus-interruptus. I had a friend plant one single, little, tiny, lonely plant in my […]
What is a CSA? Why should you join one? This post shares 7 reasons – and you’ll LOVE #3!
Brining is the process of storing meat for long-term use without freezing. Brining works because the salt in the water gets into the pores of the meat and prevents the spread of bacteria. Surprisingly enough, there is little information out there about this ancient preserving practice. I decided to put this preservation method to the […]
Drying apples is a wonderful way to preserve and keep them throughout the winter, and it’s really quite easy! Here is a picture tutorial on how to dry them!
Recently I Received A Large Quantity Of Fresh Plums. Now There Are Only So Many Plums A Girl Can Eat Fresh, So I Sat Out To Find A Way To Preserve Them. Since I Make My Own Homemade Pumpkin Granola I Typically Buy Dried Fruit To Go In It. I Wonder If I Can Use […]
Dehydrated Potatoes Take Up VERY Little Space, Look Pretty In Glass Jars And Now I Have Potatoes To Use All Year Long – No Waste! But It Wasn’t Without One Epic Fail In Getting Them Dehydrated First… #TaylorMadeRanch