Natively constructed doughnuts are difficult to beat. Fill them with delectable cream, crisp organic product jam, or tart citrus curd—and, well, they get to be cushioned, delicate pads of immaculate paradise. Making a cluster may require a touch of exertion, yet the strides are straightforward and the outcomes are divine. What's more, keep in mind: when you make them yourself, you win the privilege to eat the same number of as you'd like.
What you'll need:
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When kids learn basic homesteading skills, they get a number of really important advantages in life such as:
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I don't know where the black eyed peas = good luck in the new year tradition started, but I do know that I get a hankering for black eyed peas around this time of year.
I created this appetizer to be a fun way to get my New Year good luck while using goodies from our farm share.…Continue
How to Make Homemade Chicken Stock: Recipe for Chicken Stock Accented with Fresh Rosemary and Thyme. In this video, I will show you my hybrid method for making a deep and rich homemade chicken stock.
I love homemade chicken stock. Its rich, flavorful, and so much better than the…
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Several weeks ago we harvested our Yukon Gold Potatoes from one of our front yard plots. Our total yield was about 15 pounds of the creamy succulent potato.
With the pitch fork in hand we pulled out the tiny potatoes. This is our…Continue
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As a community, the residents of Reno, Nevada are not so healthy. We show up high on charts for obesity - especially for children - and low on charts for fitness. There is an opportunity to change that. The not-for-profit hospital I work for issued a Community Health Challenge in celebration of its 150th birthday…Continue
This less-than-wintry winter we’re having here in New England has got me thinking about how to fake winter – at least the indoors part – with warming, savory foods. Part of the fun of winter is holing up inside, keeping cozy, and cooking a pot of something good. Casseroles are something good. Retro in style, usually creamy and easily portable (if one chose to leave…Continue
All day I think about suppertime. It seems extreme, but I love a home-cooked meal. I don't always have time for cooking, especially when I have nothing in the pantry except white rice (blah), or no time to make something substantial. But, all day, I think about the meals to be made and the desire (maybe not the motivation...) to make them.
Yesterday I was looking for a chicken noodle soup recipe. Nothing soothes the soul like soup, and a good chicken noodle…Continue
Thanks to Amazon for letting me steal this photo! I always like a nice photo with a blog post :)
Anyway, I've recently been writing about "seeds" and how we are using them around the winter urban homestead here in Baltimore. (If you want to see the first post where I recommend some…Continue
Brunch is my favorite meal of the week. I long for those lazy weekends mornings with nowhere to go and nothing to do, so that I can peruse the Saturday Farmers' Markets and pick up local goodies for brunch. This weekend, I took stock of the weekly CSA share from Parker Farm in Lunenburg, MA and supplemented the gorgeous white potatoes, green onions, and curly parsley with some local …Continue
For awhile now I have been trying to change our eating habits and encourage my family to eat a little more healthy. This can be hard due to the high cost of healthy food and getting them to eat a lot of things they don't like or haven't tried. I will never understand why organic food cost so much higher then food made with tons of chemicals and preservatives. Here are some of the reasons I found for the higher costs.
Primarily because organic growers still have to find alternative…Continue
Food is much more than a series of nutrients and calories. Food brings people together to celebrate the good times and helps sustain us during the tough times. When you provide food for others, you aren’t just providing a meal. You are providing a few extra minutes in their day, crossing off one thing on their to-do list and hopefully offering a tiny bit of comfort. We all need…Continue
Do any of you have much experience with solar baking? Since it's so hot here in Baltimore today I figured I would finally try it! Trying to bake a loaf of bread right now... I'll check on it at 3 p.m. and see how it looks.
I parked my truck in the most open, sunny spot of the parking lot this…Continue
Today we're lucky to have Kate Storey, Michigan Mama author, guest blogging for us!
I only consider myself to be “moderately crunchy.”
Sure, I’ll look for more natural ways of living, but I’m not completely ready to live off
the land and give up every modern convenience. I…
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The Real Time Farms Headquarters had a plump acorn squash from Brines Farm (hurray for cold storage for extending what's in season!) lying around, just begging to become something delicious. As I mentioned recently, I'm quite enamored with Yotam Ottolenghi’s cookbook …
Are you interested in making your own cereals this year? There’s less packaging involved, especially if you buy in bulk at a food co-op and bring your own containers.
We can also think of the…Continue
Added by Lisa Fine on January 13, 2011 at 5:34pm — No Comments
As winter sets in, you may have seen these gnarly roots at your farmers’ market or grocery store, under the name “sunchoke” or “jerusalem artichoke,” and wondered: What in the heck do I do with these?
Sunchokes have become one of my favorite vegetables. I’ve known them better as jerusalem artichokes, having had them pureed or creamed in soups in San Francisco restaurants. But my two favorite ways to cook them at home highlight their nutty flavor and refreshingly crunchy texture: a…Continue
Added by Stephanie M, Together In Food on December 10, 2010 at 1:46pm — No Comments
Is it true…