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A delicious recipe for roasted Jerusalem Artichokes (Sunchokes) and parsnips or carrots, tossed with fresh rosemary.
Yes, there is actually more you can do with those decorative Fall pumpkins than just use them as a center piece! Cook and puree them for fresh pumpkin bread and pies year round!
Strawberry jam can be canned from fresh or frozen strawberries. Here’s how to make your own homemade strawberry jam no matter the season!
Homemade chicken stock or broth is extremely good for you. Once you’ve learned how to make it, the next step is learning how to can it so your pantry never runs out! Here’s a step-by-step tutorial to show you just how easy it is.
Homemade hot cocoa is super easy to make and much healthier than the store bought powdered stuff. It’s a lot cheaper, too! Here’s the recipe I’ve been making for years.
You’ll never go back to store bought marshmallows once you try these!! I promise you. They’re heavenly.
Here’s my favorite way to roast whole winter squashes. Quick, easy, and delicious!
Southern style greens at their finest.
Rendering fat sounds like a long, complicated process. Actually, it couldn’t be easier! Here are two ways to make tallow in your kitchen with tools you already have on hand.
Here’s how to use your crawl space as a root cellar for storing carrots long term, how to store them and how long you can expect them to last.
Canning potatoes is a great way to preserve them! Here’s an easy tutorial on how to can potatoes at home.
These “pickled” figs are canned in a sweet brine of sugar, cinnamon and cloves. They’re better than candy. If you have access to fresh figs, you have got to try this recipe!
When you have an abundant harvest and don’t have time to can it all at once, freezing is another great option for preserving potatoes.
Eleven good reasons why you need to start canning NOW. PLUS, a $5 off coupon code for the DVD: At Home Canning For Beginners and Beyond. Don’t let fear hold you back from learning this valuable skill.
A quick, easy, and delicious way to eat squash fresh from the garden. Even for squash-haters like me.
Creating a garden cookbook was my answer to figuring out how to use our fresh garden produce without ever getting bored of eating the same thing.