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Its getting hot out and we are starting to crave something cold. Here is one of my favorite Orange Creamsicles I have ever found. Not only is this recipe tasty, but also healthy! 1 cup orange juice 1 cup coconut milk 3 tsp honey 1/4 tsp orange extract 1/2 tsp vanilla extract Instructions In a
I found this picture floating around facebook and found it an important information to have on hand:
Have you ever thought of canning oranges? Ill be honest, I never had. That is I hadnt until I ran across this great article! Check it out: http://arcticgardenstudio.blogspot.com/2011/02/how-to-can-mandarin-oranges.html
So its that time of year, root crops and lots of them! It took us a while to find a way that everyone would like carrots. Plain carrots, they like, but we wanted to store them for longer terms than just winter. We then went to pickling and they are good! One of our families
I love Fall! The leaves are changing, the weather is cooler, we get a nice breeze, and RASPBERRIES!!! This was not even half of the berries ready today! Yummm
Here is a pic of the beets that my wife used for her famous beet recipe we posted a little while back. Looks like it’s time for some more great eats!
Ok so here is our first recipe that is 100% from our garden our made from scratch. The bread crumbs are made from bread that was made from wheat that we ground ourselves. The eggplant, tomatoes, and herbs are all from the garden. Actually its not 100% as the cheese was the only thing that was store bought. Either way this is our favorite recipe for using our eggplant! Hope you enjoy.
First of all I do NOT like beets. My wife has tried for years to find a recipe that I would like. We grow them every year in our garden, yet she is the only one that will eat them. After making this recipe I am in love! This recipe was sooooo good! So if you need to do something with all those beets in the garden, or from the store, give this one a try.
My daughter made her first pie. Her mom guided her through it. Turned out delicious! Here are the pics and recipe: You’ll need your favorite Pastry for Double-Crust Pie. Stir together: 1/2 cup sugar 3 tablespoons flour Add: 7 cups of sliced, peeled peaches (3 1/2 pounds) 1/8 teaspoon almond extract Toss gently until peaches
As promised here is the strawberry freezer jam recipe. Here I thought my wife came up with this awesome recipe and I asked her for it. She just laughed and said she would email it. Here ya go, straight off the Sure Jell site
I get ear infections quite often. I am not sure why, but since I have been an adult I seem to get them a couple times a year. While in Texas several years ago I was dealing with another ear infection.