It’s time to honor the nature of winter and choose activities that fill our cups. Here are 10 tips from my winter homesteading stay-well list.
If you love eating yogurt and you’re looking to make more food from scratch, yogurt is an easy one to add to your list of homemade goods thanks, in part, to the Instant Pot.
Raspberries are the best! Unfortunately, they don’t last very long once they’re picked. There are a few ways to preserve them, but one of my favorites is this raspberry jam.
Homesteaders work hard! We deserve a day at the spa. Ha ha! Okay, here’s the next best thing. Take a moment to relax with an infused water like this one that features pineapple and tarragon.
Got eggs? Got a lot of eggs? This simple recipe for spinach egg bake calls for a dozen eggs, fresh spinach, and cheddar cheese. Enjoy!
Here’s a look at the many reasons to grow mustard greens, especially Japanese Giant Red mustard greens, in the home garden.
The rhubarb season is short, and it only comes once a year. Baked into muffins, fermented in a mead, or cooked down to a jam, there’s no denying Rhubarb has a special flavor!
If you love a sweet, moist cornbread, you’ll love this recipe for making it at home. The bonus is that it can also be made gluten-free.
What would life be like without bees, butterflies, birds, and bats? For starters, people would probably be very, very hungry given the enormous role they play in food production. Learn more about their contribution and what you can do to support pollinator health.
Anyone can learn to garden. Really! The trick is to start with vegetables that are easy to grow so that you can learn to grow with confidence. Here are 4 vegetables that are perfect for a first garden.