Gardening and canning. It is a labor of love. I use to spend all afternoon blanching, peeling, slicing, seeding, and cooking down my garden fresh tomatoes for sauce. Even with a food mill, it takes quite a while, and honestly the sauce still needs some work. Last year I canned enough tomato sauce, paste and… Continue reading Fresh Tomato Sauce for Canning in MINUTES! Not Hours!
Homemade yogurt? What?! YES! So delicious, simple and cheap! Good luck keeping your kids from eating every last jar in one day… or yourself for that matter! We’ve all had plain store-bought yogurt, I’m sorry but, it’s disgusting. There’s such an awful overwhelming sour/tangy taste that no amount of fruit or honey will disguise. Once… Continue reading The Best (and cheapest) Yogurt You Will Ever Have!
Crunchy and sweet, not too salty, a touch of butter, and….is your mouth watering yet? Kettle corn. A fall time favorite sure to cure your sweet and salty fix. Store bought kettle corn in microwaveable bags just don’t cut it. It gets pricey at all the fall festivals and before you know it, it’s gone.… Continue reading Addictive Kettle Corn