Eating off the land, from scratch recipes, preserving food, and other fun kitchen tips.
If you’re a homesteader looking to fill up your pantry with preserved foods, dilled carrots are one of your best bets! These pickles taste delicious. Carrots are also plentiful all year round at the grocery […]
photo: slow cooker by Pseph under the CC BY 2.0 license with changes Slow cookers are great, and definitely belong on any homesteader’s must-have item list. A good slow cooker will save you time and […]
Anyone running a homestead will likely spend quite a bit of time in the kitchen, whether this may be preparing daily meals or preserving a harvest for the winter months. There’s no denying that kitchen […]
According to a survey taken in 2016, 78% Americans think that eating meals require cooking from scratch. Nothing beats freshly cooked food at home and most people know that pressure cookers are their best bet […]
Wonderberries are a fun addition to an edible landscape. Here’s a recipe I’ve adapted for turning these somewhat bland berries into delicious baked treats!
A delicious bowl of tasty yogurt loaded with fresh fruits, crunchy granola, and a dash of cinnamon. You’re gonna love this healthy breakfast banana split!
I love this from scratch pancakes recipe because it’s quick, easy, and uses simple ingredients that I always have in my pantry. Thick, fluffy, and perfect every time.
Fresh radishes will get rubbery if left out too long. Here’s how to store fresh radishes to keep them crisp and ready to eat for several weeks! Fridge or no fridge.
Canned venison is delicious, and a great way to have pre-cooked meat on hand at all times.
I’ll share with you my favorite way to marinade venison to make delicious deer jerky. You’ll love how simple and easy it is!
A simple and delicious condensed tomato soup canning recipe made from fresh ingredients.
Learn how to brew a fresh cup of coffee without the need for electricity.
These yeast rolls are so soft and yummy. With the help of a bread machine, they’re a sinch to throw together!
This roasted whole chicken recipe takes just minutes to throw together and pop into the oven. Bake for 2 hours and you’ve got a delicious meal!