Making the crust 2 and half cups of flour for a gluten free pie crust, make it half oat and half spelt flour One teaspoon of salt 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon stick and half of butter one and one quarter stick cut into chunks, one quarter of stick to butter pie pan save a bit for…
In this DIY project, I will show you how to build a self-watering container for your vegetable gardening.
There are many benefits to container gardening and this project takes it one step further. An internal reservoir allows the soil to naturally wick up water to the roots of the plant. Top gardening tips will tell you to never let your plants get too…
To circulate the air in our house on hotter days, we use a Honeywell commercial-grade fan. It has been in our service for about 4 years & each summer, we've had at least a couple weeks where it was pushed to its mechanical limits. About a week ago, the blades would no longer turn when switching the fan on. Instead, we'd hear an electrical hum of the motor trying to soldier through.
At that point, I assessed our options: 1 - consider it dead & purchase a replacement, 2 - take it… Continue
This past weekend, the hubby and I drove down to NYC for the Brooklyn Food Conference - a volunteer-organized gathering of food activists and curious eaters. Like Meredith said in her post, there were waaaaay too many workshops to attend (70! In one day!), 3000 people came eager and left energized.
The highlights for me:
Workshop I: Workshop…Continue
Added by Cornelia on May 7, 2009 at 12:30pm —
First, I must say that I LOVE to cook. I picked up most of it from my Mother. I believe it is definitely an art - creating something yourself and getting to watch others enjoy it.. wonderful feeling.
So I made and baked my first bread this past Friday. It turned out wonderful! Now, I am hooked. I want to make everything from scratch! Not only do you save money, but I feel it is a whole new level of creating something beautiful with your own hands.