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 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”
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”
Part for in our 2020 garden series is dedicated to NATIVE POLLINATORS and the plants that attract them.
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”
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.”
2020 was a year unlike any we’ve ever experienced. Let’s recap the year, from the perspective of gardening. Part 1.
Americans depend on this tiny insect for survival. Find out the history behind the honeybee and its journey in the USA.
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.”
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?”