Sunday afternoon marked Miss Lady’s third annual tea party. It was a wild success. We’ll try and let the pictures do the talking… If you have questions, make sure you leave them in the comments! (Hover over the pictures for more information.)
I always hate it when I go to make a fruit leather recipe, just to find it has lots of ingredients. We try to keep ours simple…
With the bustle of spring comes a flurry of outdoor activity, and when temperatures rise above freezing during the day and dip back below at night, the sap of the maple trees begins to flow. What would be more suitable then, than to warm our bodies in the morning with a steaming stack of pancakes… Continue reading Making Maple Syrup
Black walnuts have a bit of a bad reputation, not for their taste, but for the amount of work it takes to harvest them, the stain they can leave behind, and because the nuts grow new trees very easily ( a problem for some, not for others). This fall, we decided to put their taste… Continue reading Harvesting Black Walnuts
Celebrating fall and some anniversaries on the homestead!
How to make stove top apple cider and homemade apple fruit leather. (Applesauce, too!)