From Scratch Recipes
Looking for new recipes to try with all of your garden produce? Are you hesitant to sign up for a CSA because you don't know what to do with it all? Look no further.
My recipes are unlike traditional recipes. They are flexible and can adjust to whatever you have on hand! No more dependence on the grocery for missing ingredients. A true homesteading resource!
The key to a tasty brew is getting that kombucha ratio just right! You’ll find many different kombucha ratios on the internet, but how do you know which one is best? My recipe has been perfected over many years of brewing with careful attention to all of the factors involved. Am I just lucky? Nope!
Cooking a rooster is pretty easy, but it can be intimidating for first-timers! It’s definitely a lost art that was daily life in our great-grandparent’s era. Let’s bring it back! You might have heard that they can be tough, lean, and not good to eat, but that couldn’t be further from the truth! Roosters are
Making a batch of fermented honey garlic is one of the best things you can do to get ready for the upcoming cold and flu season. A little bit goes a long way in boosting your immune system! Raw honey and garlic are well known for their immune-boosting properties and the best part is that
Rendering fat is a traditional skill that involves slowly cooking down animal fats and it’s making a comeback in homestead kitchens. It’s easy to do, affordable, and provides a versatile fat source for high-heat cooking and making things like candles, soap, and skin care products! Another thing that I love about using animal fats is
My homemade fire cider recipe is sure to help you fight inflammation, knock out a cold and stimulate digestion, all in one swoop! Fire cider is super easy to make and is an incredible tonic that is revered in the herbal medicine community. Elderberry syrup and Fermented Honey Garlic seems to steal all of the
Roasted Swede Soup with Chickpeas is an incredibly delicious and nourishing dish to enjoy on a cold day. It’s one of my favorites and something I look forward to each fall when I harvest my swedes. Swedes (also known as rutabagas) can be used in many different ways like roasting and mashing, but I love