Garlic mashed potatoes cooked in a crock pot! A perfectly easy side dish.
learn how to make fresh elderberry syrup to help support your family’s immune system this winter.
How to wash fruits and vegetables It’s always a good idea to wash your produce before you eat it. But what is the best method? Should you do it right away when you bring it home from the store or just before you eat it? What is the best way to wash it to get […]
Pink Grapefruit Smoothie Give yourself a mid-week wake up with this Pink Grapefruit smoothie. Winter is on the way and that means it’s time to start taking precautions again cold and flu germs. By increasing your vitamin C you can help keep the cold virus and influenza at bay. This is a great smoothie to […]
Why you should dry herbs in the microwave Why should you dry your own herbs? The great thing about drying and storing your own herbs is that you know exactly what you are getting. I recently switched to a gluten-free, ketogenic diet and I am trying to be more mindful about the food I eat. […]
American Pumpkin Pie Recipe November is the unofficial month of gratitude. With Thanksgiving at the end of the month and the flurry of Christmas happenings right after it’s nice to take some time this November to reflect on what you are thankful for and all the blessings you have in your life. One of the […]
Curry Pumpkin Seeds We carved our pumpkin last week and saved the seeds to make a tasty Halloween snack- Curry pumpkin seeds. This recipe is quick and easy, not to mention healthy. Pumpkin seeds are loaded with zinc, which is knows to help ward off cold and flu symptoms. Roasting pumpkin seeds is super easy. […]
Mango Orange Spicy Margarita Recipe Summertime is the perfect time to invite friends and family over for a get-together. With the 4th of July coming up why not host a little fiesta for your loved ones and enjoy some drinks? I’ve been brewing up lots of tasty cocktails this spring and summer and today’s recipe […]
Dandelion Root Tea Recipe Did you know those pesky dandelions growing in your yard are edible? Yup, and they are actually good for you too. As spring turns into summer more and more dandelions will start blooming in our yard and on the rest of the farm. It’s the perfect time to learn how to […]
Honey Mustard Ham Sauce This honey mustard sauce is made from a recipe that has been passed down in my family through three generations now. My grandma Audrey used to make it and gave the recipe to my mom (her daughter in law). My mom started making the sauce and it has been such a […]