It’s strawberry season, y’all. Which means it’s time for Paleo Strawberry Pie with Grass Fed Gelatin!
The boys and I went berry picking with friends last week at our favorite local spot and came home with 6 buckets of strawberries. Read More
Oh the lengths I used to go to for perfect bacon!
Hot spitting grease inflicted tiny burns upon my arms and tiny stains upon my clothing, splattering the stove top with a greasy film. And despite my best efforts at hovering over the frying pan to keep the precious strips from burning, I always charred at least one batch.
Such an arduous process!
If you can relate, you will love this method for making perfect bacon with zero mess! After years of cooking bacon this way, I have perfected the process.Read More
Eating fresh salad greens from your own veggie garden is pretty cool, but you know what’s even better? Eating foraged salad greens from your own backyard.
Like my son said the other day, It’s like a garden you didn’t have to grow! Zero work with a huge payoff. Sounds pretty good, right?Read More
This dairy-free Mixed Berry Coconut Milk Ice Cream is super easy and super versatile!
Eat it right away, like soft serve ice cream. Or freeze it for 30-45 minutes for a more scoopable ice cream. Leftovers can be saved for smoothies, made into popsicles, or used later for the same ice cream recipe.Read More
Have you ever wondered why prepackaged baby carrots stay fresh for so long?
Since carrots are one of the only vegetables that everyone in my family will ingest sans weeping and gnashing of teeth, we eat a lot of them.
And y’all, I cook homemade, real food meals 2 or 3 times every day. I’m in the kitchen a lot, which is why I’m always looking for ways to streamline my food prep time. Prepackaged baby carrots, sliced carrot “chips”, and carrot matchsticks were on my grocery list pretty much every week.
Until recently, when I finally decided to find out how in the world these magical carrots could last so stinkin’ long in my refrigerator.Read More
Looking for awesome Paleo travel foods?
Following a nutrient dense, grain-free diet is pretty simple once you get the hang of it. At home, that is. It can be a-whole-nother story when you’re traveling or even running errands for the day. Read More
Soup is on the menu at least weekly here at the Yankee Homestead, and this Black Bean Salsa Soup is a family favorite. It’s hearty and nourishing, even without any meat.
Learning to freeze food in glass jars is not just a quaint homesteading trick. It’s actually another way to reduce exposure to harmful chemicals in plastic food storage containers and disposable plastic bags.Read More