As I write this post there are 13 jars of apricot jam boiling away in water bath. It is the last of many batches of apricot jam (thanks to buckets of fruit gifted by neighbors) that I made this year and it is a very special batch. You see, I learned it was National Tequila […]
It all starts here for 2012. 16 pounds of strawberries soon to be a years supply of jam.
So, I had a large amount of blue corn flour in the pantry and I have been procrastinating on using it. It’s just not something you think regularly about using, so I had forgotten about it. Fast forward to today and I found myself thinking about that flour again and then googling blue corn cookie […]
Holiday giving is near and this year I am trying something new. A Beta test of sorts.
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 […]
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, […]
Print Rhubarb Jam Author: Andrew Stone Recipe type: Jams/Jellies Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 65 mins Total time: 1 hour 25 mins Rhubarb Jam is hard to find. While so many love it, it is also disliked by an equal number (perhaps more) and that makes it a rare find. When you can find it, […]
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 […]
Dear Chickens, Thanks for the poo. Love, Lettuce and Spinach
It was a long day of canning tomatoes and preparing some garden beds for Fall crops yesterday. Today the Fall/Spring lettuce and spinach crops are now planted and I have enough tomatoes put up to feed our family for the winter. Tomorrow I should get the carrots, radishes and chard in. I am going to […]