My food life pretty much revolves around my garden which revolves around our weather…so every year is different. Luckily the Farmer’s Almanac website has generally accurate predictions for… Read More »
You will need a knife, two pots, one food mill, and canning supplies. Wash and Chop all apples into fourths, leaving seeds, stems and skins intact. I usually… Read More »
A friend recently told me that she fried shredded yellow squash like hash browns and it was great. So I decided to try making something similar, only baking… Read More »
Moist cornbread, lasts several days!
I am not a purist. I’ll add whatever, whenever, to use up a leftover bit, or stretch out an ingredient, or to add flavor, etc. With that in… Read More »
Dry Beans are the cheapest and cleanest way to eat beans. You can buy dry beans in bulk sections of grocers or in packaged bags on the grocer’s… Read More »
Last summer I had a lot of fun collecting fresh figs: Read about it here. So I still have a few quarts frozen in my chest freezer in… Read More »
Well…I finally made some real jam. I hadn’t done it before, because I just couldn’t stand to use all that sugar and stir and boil for all that… Read More »
A recipe from my youth.