Rendering fat sounds like a long, complicated process. Actually, it couldn’t be easier! Here are two ways to make tallow in your kitchen with tools you already have on hand.
Creating a garden cookbook was my answer to figuring out how to use our fresh garden produce without ever getting bored of eating the same thing.
Did you know that sometimes blackberries will get tiny little worms in them? Here’s an easy way to help get them out before you make that blackberry jam!
Make this brown sugar at home from two simple ingredients, and never buy it from the store again!
Here are some ways I make the most of every scrap of food in our home.
Skip the dangerous additives and make your own natural food dyes for icing and other stuff using fruit and vegetable juices! Here’s how…
For those of you who, like myself, don’t have a kitchen scale!
Ever try wrapping a cut watermelon with plastic wrap? Doesn’t work out so well, does it. Here’s a handy tip to keep your cut watermelon fresh and free from bugs.
When buying beef from a farmer, you better know the difference between hanging weight and cut weight before making your purchase. Otherwise, you may end up paying more than you’d budgeted!
Ever think of making your own baking powder? You might, after you see just how simple it is!
If you are buying your wheat from a local mill, make sure you are getting the right type of grain. The wrong choice could prove to be deadly.
Is it safe to eat from dented cans? Well, not always. Here are a few tell-tale signs that you’d be better off tossing that food. And how to know if it’s still safe.
When you are out of time and it seems you have NOTHING to make, you probably have something in your kitchen you can whip into a delicious sandwich. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind…
This is one of those lessons you only need to learn once!
Evidently we did the biggest no-no of all trying to put out the fire!!
Ever need help converting from teaspoons to cups or cups to milliliters? Well, here is everything you’ve ever needed to know.