Fresh spring spinach is one of the earliest vegetable that are ready to harvest from the garden. Let me teach you how to cut spinach! I also have a few tips for preserving it. Let’s chat!
In my mind, no summer is complete without red, luscious raspberries! When harvest season rolls around, I have a difficult time actually using them. A winter freezer without whole, frozen raspberries is like a bank account without money! I usually talk myself into sacrificing half the berries for a few cordials, a batch or two […]
29 Reasons why you should be using a steam canner! These canners have been recently approved by the USDA and are a huge time saver.
Freezer space is at a premium on our homestead! When I finally invested in a pressure canner I couldn’t have been more excited. While it may seem intimidating, canning your own bone broth is actually a simple process. And in the end you’ll have a shelf stable nourishing food for you and your family.
There is something comforting about having enough food to feed your family for quite a while should the need arise. Growing and preserving enough food to get through a year is a lot of work. It takes organization and discipline to do it. The rewards and benefits that you receive at the end of all […]
During the gardening season, you will see it. Gardens are all around, and many are producing wonderfully, tasty treats already. You have heard of a Farmer’s Market, but have you ever been to a Produce Auction? Here are some tips and tricks on how to survive a produce auction.