During WWI & WWII, families were encouraged to grow food in victory gardens. There are plenty of good reasons to bring victory gardens back!
Want a not too heavy but slightly sweet breakfast? These homemade orange muffins do the trick! They’re ready to eat in under an hour, no box required.
For an easy-to-make gift, cookies in a jar can’t be beat. Everyone loves homemade cookies! Make a bunch of these for gift giving & hostess gifts.
Make these lavender scented bath bombs for a relaxing soak. Or make up a big batch for gift giving. The teens on your shopping list will love them.
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 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!
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.
This easy drink recipe combines green tea, mint, and watermelon. This easy iced green tea recipe is a fruity twist on tea that’s perfect for summer weather.
Looking for a dessert that’s simple but nice enough for company? Try this peach tart made with a sugar cookie dough crust. (And hey. Maybe make two.)