Packed with nutrients and delicious to eat, kale has been one of my favorite vegetables for over 10 years now. A few years ago my husband and I got some kale plants for our backyard, and we found ourselves with an abundance of kale flowers. In case this ever happens to you, I decided to write up a recipe to use up those kale flowers. Join me as I show you how to cook kale flowers and I share our sautéed kale florets pasta recipe. It is the perfect healthy and delicious vegetarian dish for those warm summer nights.[Read more…] about How to Cook Kale Flowers + Sautéed Kale Florets Recipe
Learn how to make fresh blackberry pie for a sweet and sour, juicy dessert that is best topped with homemade whip. Ah, fall is here!Read more
There is nothing better than homemade rustic sourdough bread. I shared with you all last week how much we use our sourdough starter in our house, and this is our favorite way to use it.[Read more…] about How to Make Homemade Rustic Sourdough Bread
Sourdough starter is a mixture of flour and water that has been fermented so it has active and alive cultures. Making your own bread products with sourdough starter means you’ll get all the health benefits of that active bacteria, which is great for gut health and just tastes amazing. Learn how to make sourdough starter and all my tips for maintaining those healthy cultures.[Read more…] about How to Make Sourdough Starter from Scratch
John’s mom’s side of the family is straight from Italy, and apparently pizzelles are a staple in their household. Pizzelles are basically thin little waffle-like cookies that are served as desserts, appetizers, or in our case just a healthy snack. And because you know I love using my sourdough starter, I decided to make a recipe for sourdough pizzelles that were all natural and sweetened only with maple sugar. Oh, the beauty of sourdough![Read more…] about How to Make Sourdough Pizzelles
Learn how to make spaghetti squash so you have a sneaky way to eat more vegetables and less processed grain. It may look complicated, but I can promise you it’s no more difficult than frying an egg (and yes, I still break yolks sometimes too 🙂[Read more…] about Learn how to Make Farm Fresh Spaghetti Squash
You know I’ve dreamt of being a farm to table girl almost my whole life, so the first time we bought a quarter cow was ever so exciting. It’s the best meat, from cows fed in your area, from farmers you can actually talk to. In this post I go into all the details about the benefits of buying local, how you can find the best meat near you, and what our quarter cow unload looked like. Oh, and I share 9 ways to start homesteading in the city. Thanks for stopping by the farmhouse![Read more…] about 9 Ways to Homestead in the City + Quarter Cow Unload!
The perfect pot roast falls off the bone, is juicy and tender, and melts in your mouth. We love roasts here at the homestead. There is something so satisfying about putting your meat, veggies, and bone broth in one pot and letting it sit for several hours while you work or do other errands. And then coming back to a delicious meal. It’s almost like you did no work at all! This perfect pot roast recipe has everything you need to get that fall-off-the-bone, tender juicy meat for you and your family.[Read more…] about How to Make Perfect Pot Roast in the Dutch Oven
One of my favorite parts about spring is the whole brunch idea! You can enjoy brunch any time of year, but spring seems to be a popular time for brunch. I just think of going to church on Easter Sunday and then coming home and enjoying brunch with a mimosa. Or Christmas Day, because we eat cookies early in the morning so the hearty brunch follows later. Even if it’s just your average Sunday, brunch is always a good idea. Your whole family will love this brunch menu![Read more…] about Brunch Menu for the Whole Family
I just finished writing this EBook that I am so excited about, 31 Days of Healthy Living. In this EBook you’ll find one healthy living tip per day – and that’s not all. I jam-packed this EBook with healthy recipes, housekeeping and cleaning tips, organization ideas, a monthly budgeting template, lifestyle planning techniques, yoga, and more! I can’t wait for you to get your hands on this FREE 31 Days of Healthy Living EBook!
EBook Table of Contents
Whether you’re a foodie like I am, a yoga enthusiast, a housekeeper, or a busy professional, there is something in this EBook for you! I wrote about one healthy living tip per day to try for 31 days. Personally, I think it’s exciting to try something new each day. Or maybe I just thought of that because it’s January and I was missing the whole Christmas Advent calendar idea!
Here’s whats covered in the book:[Read more…] about How to Use Your 31 Days of Healthy Living FREE EBook