Category: Food

Sewing Tutorial: Pie Tote Carrier

I’m not sure how many times I’ve made a pie and couldn’t find a bag good enough to carry it in. No one wants to see a beautiful pie on the ground! This pie tote is the perfect way to carry your pie to…

Starting Seeds Indoors Pt 1: What & When?

Knowing when to start seeds indoors can be quite confusing! Simply keep this in mind. Starting plants from seed indoors breaks down to 2 factors: The typical frost free date in your area. The plant you want to start from seed. Here in Kentucky,…

Thyme Tea for Colds, Flu, Bronchitis, Strep

If you’re ill with a type of respiratory infection, try this herbal tea remedy. This week, several counties in our area called off school because so many kids were sick. I’m ill myself for 2 weeks now with bronchitis. The worst parts is the…

Storing Strawberries for Long Shelf Life

I’m not sure how many times I’ve bought strawberries, only to discover they’ve started to mold in a day to two. Sometimes even the next morning! Strawberries can be one of the more expensive fruits to purchase and we want to make sure they…

Redbud Lemonade

The redbud (Cercis canadensis) is a native tree to Kentucky and it’s a common flowering tree found in urban landscapes too. Likely you may have one in your own yard! Bees love the flowers, and did you know the flowers are edible too? The…

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