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Rosemary Italian Loaf

This bread recipe is one of my family’s staples and can be altered and adapted to form various loaves depending on occasion. It makes decent rolls, sandwich, or a great baguette. I love the smell of rosemary as the final loaves are baking; it fills up the house with such warmth!

Exploring Egg Glassing

Considering that my gals grace us with about a dozen a day, eggs can quickly become overwhelming. Egg glassing opens up an opportunity to preserve eggs long term.

Amazing Alliums

Onions and garlic are just a start to the greatness that is the Allium family! In this article, you will gain more familiarity with their uses in the garden, kitchen, medicinal, and wild, with recipes, resources, and much more!

Changing the Sheets: Organizing & Planning Vegetable Beds

February is one of those months that I spend indoors cleaning and planning, taking advantage of being cooped up. I downsize for donations, recycle paperwork, review last year’s notes, finalize goals, build my calendar, and what I consider the most enjoyable: ordering seeds and designing my vegetable beds.

Fire Cider: A Traditional Folk Remedy

Fire Cider is an apple cider vinegar infusion of spicy roots, vegetables, and herbs. Traditionally, it’s been used as a folk remedy for the common cold. People have been known to take a spoonful daily as an immune booster and to aid their digestion.

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