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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.
Posts fresh from the garden and hot out of the oven.
Dried strawberries capture the sweet and wonderful flavor so you can enjoy them for months (and months). Here’s how to make them at home (hint: it’s easy!)
This homemade hot sauce is a cinch to make. This smoky hot sauce recipe a great replacement for store bought hot sauce!
Watering vegetables is one chore that you’ll need to tackle during hot summer months. Here’s how to water — and how not to water — your veggies.
Homemade rooting hormone made from willow is free and easy to make. Use this natural willow water for rooting cuttings or for easing transplant stress.
These delicious easy to make pumpkin banana muffins are a great grab-n-go breakfast, perfect for celebrating Fall and pumpkin spice season in a healthy way!
Made with apples, eggs, and a bit of cream, this historic apple tansey dessert dates to the 1700s, but it deserves a place at your modern day dessert table.
Eating healthy (on a budget!) takes a little bit of thought and some planning, but you can feed your family good food with some of these tips.
When you have an abundance of carrots, you can preserve some for the off-season. Use this easy method to freeze carrots for baking or adding to soup.
This easy hummus recipe is fabulous served with a bit of feta cheese and kalamata olives. It’s a great appetizer or light lunch.
This cracker recipe is easy to make at home and replicates those famous-brand cheese crackers that people love. Here’s how to make homemade cheese crackers that will make your snackers…
This family favorite refried beans recipe is excellent, and way less expensive than the canned version. Serve them with your favorite Mexican dinner.
Savor summertime flavor with these black cherry preserves. Stock your pantry during cherry season and you’ll enjoy them all winter long.
Toasted walnuts are more flavorful and crunchier than raw nuts. Here’s how to ramp up walnuts on the stove top or with an oven. Easy, peasy!
Canning season has arrived! Dive in and make some jelly or preserve your favorite fruits.
While home food preservation is not difficult, there are some things to know. Get started with an understanding of the necessary canning equipment. From canning jars and lids to water…
Canning nectarines preserves the flavor of this summertime stone fruit. These canned nectarines feature fresh ginger and blueberries for a flavorful pop of summertime that you’ll appreciate having in your…