During the harvest season, the easiest way to preserve sour cherries is to pop the pitted cherries in the freezer. However, dried cherries have a lot of uses. Here’s how to dehydrate frozen cherries for a sweet treat.
When bumper crops of zucchini roll in, it’s time to collect both unique and tried-and-true recipes. Here’s how I used a spiralizer to create a grain-free, fresh-from-the-garden pasta bursting with Italian flavors.
Homemade items make gift giving a meaningful act. In this post, I’ll review how to make five easy infusions that are shelf stable, so they’re ready to go any time of year for those unexpected moments when a handmade gift is just the thing you need.
Are you wondering what to do with your end-of-season, bumper crop of peppers? Here is my favorite, most versatile way to preserve peppers for later use.
When you’re tired of pickles, here are two delicious and easy recipes to help use up all of those homegrown cucumbers.
Tomatoes are the prize of hobby gardeners and homesteaders alike. Here’s one way to preserve tomatoes in small batches, when you don’t have enough to justify pulling out the canner.
Add some DIY flair to your kitchen by making your own seasonings with homegrown herbs and spices. There are even health benefits to doing so. Here are some ideas for stocking your spice rack with homemade seasonings and spice blends.
Vacuum sealing helps to store dry goods long term. Keep your dry goods fresher inside a glass mason jar using this homemade non-electric vacuum sealer. It has no moving parts and will last a lifetime!