Yummy Liver

This recipe will turn liver haters into liver lovers! Even our 3 kids under 10 years old love this recipe. This liver is tender, mild, and creates a scrumptious gravy at the end. Based off of an old Amish recipe that my grandmother acquired many years ago. Makes 4-5 servings Prep Time: 10 minutes +Continue reading “Yummy Liver”

In The Garden: 2020 In Review Pt. 5

In the final installment of this series we will focus on our garden harvest: what worked, what didn’t, how we preserved the harvest. If you haven’t read parts 1, 2, 3, & 4 you can check those posts out as well. This is likely the longest post we have created to date. There is soContinue reading “In The Garden: 2020 In Review Pt. 5”

Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

This creamy-dreamy tomato soup is a perfect comfort food. The best part: this recipe can be made keto/low carb friendly, and is gluten free! As with most soups, ingredients can be added and/or omitted according to your preferred taste. Ingredients: 1 Qt. home preserved diced tomatoes (or one 28 ounce can of diced tomatoes) 3Continue reading “Creamy Tomato Basil Soup”

In the garden: 2020 in review, part 3

Installment number three in this series finds us focusing on the early portion of our vegetable growing season (pre-harvest.) Much was to be learned as well as celebrated in our 2020 garden; join me as I recall the year’s successes and struggles. If you’ve missed the previous installments, start here at part 1 before continuingContinue reading “In the garden: 2020 in review, part 3”

In the garden: 2020 in review, part 2.

This is the second part in the series “In the garden: 2020 in review,” where I will document our successes and failures in our 2020 garden. The year’s experience was unique to any other year in many ways, join me as I share what we’ve learned. Today’s post is not nearly as dramatic as theContinue reading “In the garden: 2020 in review, part 2.”

Let’s start at the bee-ginning.

In our last blog post, we briefly discussed some points to ponder before taking the leap into your beekeeping journey. Today we are taking time to answer a portion of those questions. Let’s cut to the chase! What equipment do I need?When you’re first becoming a beekeeper, there are a few basic supplies you willContinue reading “Let’s start at the bee-ginning.”

So You Want to be a Beek?

We’ve all done it. There’s a company carry-in tomorrow, it’s already 9 pm, and you totally forgot about it until now. You rummage the cupboards, hurriedly slap some ingredients into a mixing bowl, and throw them into the oven. Cookies are pretty simple, no problem, you’ve got this. After it’s all said and done, thoseContinue reading “So You Want to be a Beek?”