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!
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.
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.
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 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.
A recipe for creamy sweet potato soup that’s made with chicken broth, white wine, onions, butter, herbs, yogurt, and nutmeg.
Making fruit leather is a lot less complicated than it sounds. Try this recipe for spiced orange cream fruit leather. It’s perfect for the holiday season.