Do you have friends that just stopped by unexpectedly? Did you forget you promised to bring a dessert to tonight’s potluck? Are you scrambling on Google to find a quick and easy dessert recipe you can whip up in under an hour? If you’ve ended up here, you’ve found salvation. I’ve got twenty-two dessert recipes for you that are… Read More
1 to 1. That’s the average ratio of fruit to sugar in most jam recipes (commercial and homemade). I’m not going to lie, your standard jar of sugary homemade jam tastes divine, but do we really need to be starting our day with that much sugar? Is that really much better than handing my kids a donut for breakfast?… Read More
This is the gardening film that transformed the way I thought about gardening. It takes all the things I love (permaculture principles, organic solutions, working smarter and not harder) and it combines it into something magical. You can learn about my experiences with weeding and fertilizing of my Back to Eden garden. I’ve even started using this method in my… Read More
My dear friend Angi from SchneiderPeeps sent me a box full of beautiful of Meyer lemons for Christmas. Obviously we had to make some lemonade (don’t worry, I’m sharing that recipe as well), and there will be sweets, but my daughter and I really wanted to use lemons in a savory dinner. I had made this recipe with regular lemons and cream, but with the sweetness of Meyer lemons that you don’t get in regular lemons, I wanted to try it omitting the cream. So my daughter and I donned our aprons and headed to the kitchen on a mission.
Mouthwatering lemon linguine will be a hit in your household, I’m sure. Meyer lemons makes this dish zesty without being sour, despite not having cream. It’s quick and easy for those busy nights where you’re short on time. If you want the play-by-play for this recipe, you can see it here. Don’t forget to yum this recipe! Yum
Do you have a bunch of squash on hand? Freeze it for later! Freezing spaghetti squash is super easy and takes less than an hour from start to finish. It’s a great way to save your favorite gourd for winter. After you learn how to freeze spaghetti squash, be sure to scroll down to the bottom for some excellent recipe ideas.