Nothing quite signals the start of canning season like strawberry jam. Many may argue that rhubarb is the start, but I typically just freeze it for use later, so it is strawberries for me. To top it off, strawberry jam is easy to make, a great beginner canning project and nothing quite tastes like a jar of […]
A few weeks ago I came across a great deal on some mustard seed at Williams-Sonoma and just the day before I had been thumbing through Home Made by Yvette Van Boven where she had a recipe for making mustard. So I grabbed the jars and took the seed home to try my hand at making […]
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What is a Sunday morning without waffles? I’m not talking about eggos. The waffles I am talking about are the kind of waffles you make up the night before using yeast. You let them rise overnight and then add the eggs in the morning, just before you cook them. They are crispy on the exterior, […]
I love pickles. All kinds of pickles. So for that reason I am not sure why I never tried zucchini pickles, but that wasn’t going to last long. A couple of weeks ago I read a post over at Lottie and Doof about zucchini pickles and I knew that was what I had to put […]
See those little green shoots? That is our lettuce crop for the fall.
So, last weekend I got the bug to go pick tomatoes at one of our local U-Pick Farms. It was Day Farms up in Layton. It is a great place and just a short drive from SLC. It really was a beautiful Day. Not too hot and not too cool. Just right for the back […]
We recently found that one in our household had a peanut butter allergy and being lovers of the famous PB&J this hit us hard. We knew we had to find a substitute that we could all live with. Enter SunButter, the peanut butter substitute to brighten your day! Well, at about $5.00 a jar, it […]