There really are not any reasons not to teach your children to cook, unless you can’t cook. Cooking is fundamental and therefore, one of the most important lessons anyone can learn.
Archives for February 2018
Whether you are simply starting with herbs or plan to have your entire garden in pots, making your own potting soil can save you money and produce a wonderful plant. There are three basic ingredients to potting soil for success. Below I will explain each in detail.
This is a recipe I use often in my house. Zucchini can grow very large and I hate waste. So I have come up with several ways to use it up over the years. This super moist, decadent cake will become a fast favorite for the chocolate lovers in your house. Enjoy!
All gardens can benefit from fertilizer. Organic gardens are no exception. Below find my guide to making your own at home. This can be a bit on the costly side but you will find it well worth the money. If you can’t go this into your garden at first, don’t worry. This step is an… Read More »
I have mentioned a couple of times that I plan to move out of Alabama as soon as my daughter finishes high school. What I haven’t mentioned until now, is how many times we have moved over my children’s lives. Below is an article that was sent to me recently about a new book. I can’t… Read More »
Making the switch to unprocessed eating was scarier for me than it should have been. Here is a short list of common conversions you can make now to get you headed down the path.
So much has been written on the subject of age, that it seems there should be some sort of handbook on how to do it with success by now. The truth is, aging is not something to be achieved, it is just part of life.
Herbs add flavor and health to our meals. This is a list of the top sever herbs I couldn’t cook without. While it is true that these days you can find a wide variety of fresh herbs at your local grocery store, I found a lot of waste in buying them. Not only are they… Read More »
With all the “big words” used to describe stomach and gut ailments, it can be a little confusing. Things like gastrointestinal distress, heartburn, digestive problems, or an upset tummy all cover a lot of ground.The key here is understanding what is your “gut” trying to tell you.
I am not a master gardener. In the beginning, I lost quite a few crops to bugs and laziness. My husband is very good with gardening, as he grew up doing it. He has experience with edible plants, flowers, and animals. I now would like to pass on some of the things he showed me to… Read More »