The other night, I experimented with a Ugandan recipe made from sweet potatoes and white beans. I LOVE finding new ways to make meals out of practically nothing. But was it a hit or a major flop??
My garden is in full swing now! Raised beds are planted and starting to show signs of life. Yeah, I’ve already made a few mistakes, but nothing I can’t fix with a little extra effort. Here’s what it looks like so far…
No more dreaming of a garden one day. We are living on borrowed time, people, and there isn’t time to waste. THIS is the year to get your hands in the dirt and start growing something!
I’m having the hardest time deciding what colors to paint this adorable chicken coop! Help!! If it was yours, what would you do to it?
Having home canned goods to make baby food from is incredibly satisfying. Not only do you have the assurance of knowing exactly what you are feeding baby, canning your own food saves a lot of money as well!
Here’s an easy way to make more plants off of existing ones!
Last week, we got our hands on a dozen raspberry bushes. I’m so excited to finally have a good patch put in! Here’s what we did…
Almost everything in this recipe can be grown in your own backyard, making it a wonderfully cheap and delicious dish!
You know the saying, “If it’s too good to be true…”
High return and almost no risk… here’s how we’re investing our tax refund!
Growing like a weed, and developing such a funny little personality!
Most people don’t start their rhubarb from seed. But if you’d like to give it a shot… here’s how to get them going!
And here’s how the greenhouse is looking now! Not done yet, but it sure is coming along nicely! (Not bad for only $5!)