This spicy salsa recipe is perfect for adding a little bit of kick to your favorite meals. This cooked salsa recipe comes together in just 20 minutes.
Our dependence on prepared foods, packaged in plastic and paperboard, is a learned habit. It didn’t happen overnight, though. It took several generations for us to shift from cooking at home almost exclusively to the ready-made versions of those same recipes. (I’m looking at you, pudding-in-a-cup!)
This collection of condiments, dips, spreads, and snack recipes to make right in your kitchen will cut your grocery bill and reduce the amount of single-use plastic that enters your home.
Cutting your dependence on these store-bought convenience items is easy! Pick one or two of my favorite condiment or snack recipes and give homemade a try.
With no added sugar, this slow cooker spiced apple butter recipe is a delicious way to preserve the flavors of fall.
Wondering how to use beet greens? They’re not a common “vegetable” but they’re perfectly edible! Here’s how to add some beet greens to your next meal.
This sweet, tangy tomato chutney recipe is one of my favorite ways to preserve an abundant tomato crop from the vegetable garden.
Skip the additives and the disposable packets; homemade taco seasoning is cheaper and better for you AND the environment. It’s an easy DIY for the pantry.
Homemade condiments like mayonnaise, mustard, & pesto are flavorful and easy to make at home! You’ll save money at the checkout and create less waste, too.
When your garden is producing an abundant crop of flavorful fresh basil, it’s time to learn how to dry basil, preserving this herb long-term.
What’s the difference between jam and jelly? And while we’re at it, what about preserves and chutneys? Here’s what you need to know, PLUS a bunch of recipes for making fruit spreads at home.
This easy hummus recipe is fabulous served with a bit of feta cheese and kalamata olives. It’s a great appetizer or light lunch.