Winter gardening: Time to choose your bare root fruit trees for your home orchard! You’ll have a better selection now, too. Planting bare root trees allows for a larger selection of varieties, it’s less expensive, and you won’t have to lug a heavy planter around. The time to do it is before trees leaf out.
This creamy pumpkin soup recipe is easy to make, but it looks fancy enough for company. Serve it up with a fresh loaf of bread for dipping. Fast food, made from wholesome ingredients!
The edible sweet potato vine provides winter greens when grown indoors during cold weather. It’s an unexpected ingredient, but for mid-winter fresh greens, sweet potato vine can’t be beat. They’re easy to grow! Use them in stews, salads, and stir fry dishes.
Muffins pack wholesome ingredients into a tidy little package. Oatmeal makes these lightly sweetened easy apple cinnamon muffins a healthy breakfast winner.
Making pies from scratch is a worthwhile endeavor! I’ve modified Grandma’s pie crust recipe a bit but it’s still our go-to recipe for pie making.
When avocados are abundant (or inexpensive) freezing avocados makes sense. Here’s how to preserve avocados for use when the season’s done. Did somebody say guacamole??
This easy peach pie recipe is perfect for harvest season. Fresh peaches are the star of this recipe for a peach pie with crumb topping. Brew some coffee!
In recent memory, the consumers’ go-to for freezing foods has been plastic. But now that we’ve discovered that BPA (bisphenol-A) comes with certain health risks (and now, whoops! its replacement, BPS, might be even more damaging!) lots of people are looking for alternatives.