Tips and tricks I’ve learn about cooking on a wood stove after spending an entire winter cooking every meal on one!
Have you ever wondered what it takes you cut all of your own firewood for the winter? Now you can find out as I share my experiences during our first winter in Northern Wisconsin!
While I would do a lot to get my hands on an excalibur dehydrator, they are expensive and use a lot of electricity. Until I have the means to get one, I’ve been experimenting with alternative methods of dehydrating food and herbs. I haven’t had much luck simply air drying many herbs, so I’m always […]
Wood burning stoves are a great way to stay warm in the winter without being reliant on outside utility providers. You can use them to heat an entirely off grid house, as ambiance or anything in between. They do need a little bit of maintenance, so before the weather gets cold make sure your wood […]
Do you know which trees are the best to use in your wood stove? Does it really make a difference? Check it out on Life in Woodford!
When wood is your only source of heat and it’s really cold outside, what do you do when it’s time to clean out all the ashes? Do you let your fire go out and cool down before cleaning it and then start a new fire? You don’t have to… Here’s how I’ve learned to clean […]