Never buy Hersey’s again! This easy, homemade version of our childhood staple chocolate syrup takes just 15 minutes to make, and then another 15 to can! Make some today!
The combination of tart cranberries and sweet honey, infused with spices and with just enough celery crunch makes a unique and delicious topping poured over ice cream, cheeses, cheesecakes, oatmeal or yogurt – or of course with turkey.;)
All across the Southern United States, Wild Blackberries are ripening! They are a wonderful tasty treat that can be eaten raw or made into many wonderful and delicious dishes. What will you make with wild blackberries?
We love taking elderberry syrup for colds and flu because it really can shorten the duration of colds and flu by as much as three days. We were just hit by a nasty cold that knocked us all out for two days in bed with a lingering cough and stuffy nose. Needless to say, we […]
After pitting a bunch of local cherries, we use the cherry pits to make this delicious cherry pit syrup. We preserve the syrup to use throughout the year so we don’t have to buy expensive maple syrup at the store. Here’s how to make and preserve cherry pit syrup
It’s almost time to start wondering where you’re going to put your bountiful blackberry harvest for the winter. As soon as the berries start to appear, I begin thinking about how I’m going to make them last through the winter. Here are some fantastic ideas on ways to preserve blackberries. I hope you’ll find something […]