Category Archives for "Preserving"
It’s tomato season, or, as I like to call it, “Make Your Kitchen Look Like a Crime Scene” season!
I’m not gonna lie – there is nothing messier than a … Read the restRead More
One of the best things about holidays is getting together with family and having a huge feast. One of the worst things about the holidays is that you probably … Read the restRead More
The day after Thanksgiving, most people’s refrigerators are so full with leftovers that getting to door shut requires the family engineer to play Tupperware Jenga with all of the containers … Read the restRead More
Here’s my recommendation for your end-of-summer food preservation.
You need 100 pounds of tomatoes.
100 pounds? Are you insane, Daisy?
Yes – 100 pounds, and more if you can get … Read the restRead More
The Grocery Store Rebellion continues…
This week, we didn’t buy much in the way of weekly food. Instead, I invested my money and time in … Read the restRead More
Over the past couple of weeks, I haven’t been around my computer much.Read More
Over the past two weeks, I’ve had my hands on 100 pounds of them.
There’s a large orchard just down the road from me, … Read the restRead More
As the name of this website implies, we like to keep things nourishing and natural. I recently spent some time reading up on store-bought pectin and I was very unhappy … Read the restRead More
Strawberry season is in full swing. Now is the time to stock up on those delicious vivid red berries!
Some strawberry trivia: Strawberries are not actually a fruit, but … Read the restRead More
It’s that time of year: your refrigerator is stuffed to the point that you have to lean against the door to close it and you never want to see another … Read the restRead More
Here is the step by step for how to can marinara sauce. It’s easy, healthy, and delicious, and a great way to make use of a bounty of tomatoes.
Homemade … Read the restRead More
An added bonus to the Thanksgiving holiday feast is the boon that it can give to your pantry. If you have some jars and fresh lids, your kitchen already contains … Read the restRead More