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.
It’s not as hard as you might think to make homemade mayo that’s safe and delicious. Here are my tips and a recipe to help you get started.
Yes, most homesteaders still need to make money. Get inspiration for ways to earn money with your homestead and homesteading skills.
Homesteading is physical work. There’s no doubt about it. When winter chores leave your muscles tired and sore, what do you do?
Ready to eat by the handful or as a topper on homemade Greek yogurt, this homemade honey almond granola features dark chocolate chips. It’s snack time!
What’s the best way to avoid those heavily perfumed store-bought bars of soap without paying boutique prices for more natural-smelling handmade soaps? Make your own. This melt-and-pour recipe for Rosemary Eucalyptus Goat’s Milk Soap shows you just how easy it can be.
What’s a great way to use your frozen berries from last summer’s harvest? Fruit smoothies! Check out my fruit smoothie recipe and a few others I’ve been making lately.
Looking for a Valentine’s Day gift for someone who’s as passionate about gardening as you are about them? Here’s a quick list of ideas for inspiration.
If you’ve never grown onions before, here is your guide to starting, growing, harvesting, and curing onions.
A recipe for creamy sweet potato soup that’s made with chicken broth, white wine, onions, butter, herbs, yogurt, and nutmeg.