It’s almost gardening season ~ do you have so many seeds that you are unsure where to plant them all? There are a few questions you can ask yourself in order to keep ahead of and simplify the garden and this year. Take a look and see what were planning for the upcoming months. It […]
Growing up in an Italian household, the only tomato sauce we were aware of was the homemade kind. When I began growing a garden of my own, one of the first things I learned to can was tomato sauce from homegrown tomatoes. Visit the link below for the recipe and tutorial:
A couple weeks ago, the hubby and I both bought a 10 pound bag of carrots, unknowing the other had also bought carrots. We ate and ate and ate carrots with almost every meal, until carrots were no longer all that appetizing. So with 10 pounds of carrots still remaining and being in the homesteading […]
Do you have more zucchini than you know what to do with? You don’t have to resort to leaving it on your neighbors’ front porches under the dark cover of night. Learn my easy method to freeze your surplus zucchini and summer squash so you can enjoy it in soups, stews, and bread all winter […]
We all know it’s possible to preserve potatoes for long periods of time, but actually doing it without having them spoil, shrivel, or sprout is still a huge mystery (and frustration) to many. As a former potato farmer, I’ll tell you how it’s done in my neck of the woods as well as share some […]
Apple chips are a great way to preserve apples and they make a tasty healthy snack. Apple chips are very easy to make, you can add cinnamon or make them plain.