An old-fashioned cottage garden is a magical place. It is both beautiful and practical, wild and cultivated. It’s a place of amazing smells and delicious food. Come learn how to easily design your own old-fashioned cottage garden!
Knowing all the methods for preserving farm-fresh eggs is important if you’re raising backyard chickens. We’re excited to share this new method we’re loving, it’s freeze-dried eggs that will last on your shelf for 20+ years!
This homemade switchel recipe is a refreshing and healthy probiotic drink made with water and apple cider vinegar. It’s then sweetened with molasses and flavored up countless different ways for a fantastic energy boost and a refreshing drink on a hot day.
Many people wonder if you can pressure can food in the Instant Pot. Knowing the common pressure canning mistakes to avoid will ensure you’re practicing healthy canning methods so you and your family stay safe.
I love keeping my 5-minute bread dough in the refrigerator for fresh-baked bread every night of the week. And here are five other ways I use that dough to make quick and easy rolls, flatbread, artisan bread and even jam rolls! There are so many quick and easy options for this five minute bread dough!
This homemade herbal comfrey compress remedy has been used for centuries for speeding up the bone healing process, sprains and bruises.
Store-bought corned beef is convenient, but homemade corned beef is so easy, even more delicious, and can be made in the crockpot, Instant Pot or Dutch oven.
Pressure canning meat and meals is a great way to get easy convenience meals on the shelf for dinner in a hurry. But when pressure canning, if you make any of these mistakes, your canned food can be dangerous! Avoid these five pressure canning mistakes.
Having homemade convenience meals on your shelf means you can have an easy, healthy and delicious dinner ready in about five minutes. This home-canned white bean chicken chili is the perfect solution for those busy weeknights. Learn how to safely and easily can it yourself using a pressure canner.
Learn five different ways to use up or preserve your extra eggs for those months when the chickens aren’t laying as much!