Why Can?

Why Can?

By Renata Finch In this society of convenience that we live in, we seem to have lost the necessity of preserving food ourselves. Canned goods are available year-round to us on every shelf of every store. So why should we continue to utilize this old fashioned skill?...
What Is Clean Eating and How Do I Get Started?

What Is Clean Eating and How Do I Get Started?

 By Lisa Holcomb You have probably heard the buzz words “clean eating.” Clean eating recipes are everywhere. Blogs, Pinterest, recipe planning sites, and even whole cookbooks are dedicated to just clean eating recipes. What’s the big deal and what is clean eating?...
Making Delicious Yogurt

Making Delicious Yogurt

By Kenzi Knapp You know yogurt is a powerful, healthy food for your family, but can you really make it from home? Absolutely! With a little practice, homemade yogurt can find a place of honor on your table. Here I’ll share a simple process for making yogurt–from...
Soup’s On!

Soup’s On!

We eat a lot of soup at my house, especially during the fall and winter months. It’s a great way to keep everyone warmed and fed while stretching the food budget. It’s also a good way to use up leftovers. I freeze any leftover vegetables, rice, pasta, meat, etc. for...
How $15 Becomes $180 in Christmas Gifts!

How $15 Becomes $180 in Christmas Gifts!

**This sweet deal has ended, but if you click on the link and sign up you’ll be notified about the next bundle!** Are you still scrambling for Christmas gifts? Do you desire to be a bit more creative this year than last? One of our favorite online companies...
Keep Your Fork—There’s Pie

Keep Your Fork—There’s Pie

Debbie graciously offered to share her recipe for a single pie crust (which is almost exactly what most cookbooks recommend), as well as a few tips that are important for achieving a tender, flakey crust.

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