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Ready to embrace a more self-reliant lifestyle? Dive in and find the inspiration you need to start growing some of your own food — and cooking it up in your kitchen.
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Need a last minute gift that you can put together in a hurry? Try this soup mix in a jar! Layer in the ingredients and tie on a recipe card…
Lasagna gardening is an easy way to get started with no-till growing. Sheet mulching with materials you have on hand makes for a budget-friendly garden.
Peeling tomatoes isn’t always necessary for recipes, but when you need to know how to peel tomatoes, you’re going to want an easy method. Here it is!
For an easy but elegant appetizer, these roasted figs can’t be beat. Tops sweet fruit halves with creamy goat cheese and a sprinkle of nuts and voila!
This hummus pizza has just a few ingredients. Make the pizza dough ahead of time and you can assemble these artisan flatbreads for a simple lunch for guests.
Keeping your garden free of sap sucking leafhoppers will help your garden stay healthy. Here’s how to prevent damage to your vegetable plants naturally.
Too much stuff? Consider giving a gift of experiences instead of gifts this year. Check out this gift guide featuring activity gift ideas and experiences to give for a memorable…
Making this tangerine or orange liqueur recipe at home is easy. It’s great for cocktails, but you can use this liqueur in marinades or salad dressing, too.
This sausage and cornbread dressing recipe is perfect for holiday meals, but good for using up stale bread throughout the year, too.
Pressure canning can seem intimidating when you are just learning to preserve food at home. These tips will help you confidently use your pressure canner.
Gift giving is one of the joys of the holiday season. But what if you’re trying to live a simpler, less wasteful life? Here are some “green” gift giving ideas!
Make this frozen garlic bread recipe at home for a fast side dish. DIY to skip the packaging & weird ingredients that comes with ready made Texas Toast.
This easy fig jam recipe starts with fresh figs and is sweetened with honey, maple syrup, and a surprise ingredient. You may want to double the batch!
Looking for an easy way to make passion fruit juice? After years of trying different methods, this is what works best for me.
Cooler weather means you won’t mind having the oven on — bake some bread!
When there’s leftover ham to use up, these easy homemade buttermilk biscuits are the perfect solution! They’re tasty and great with a nice warm soup.
There’s nothing like fresh bread to make a meal shine. This sourdough boule recipe is simple to make and a great introduction to sourdough baking.