Y’all, I have finally learned the secret to perfect homemade mayo. Read More
It’s blueberry season, y’all! Which means a list of Paleo blueberry recipes is in order.
I’ve decided blueberries are my #1 favorite pick-your-own berry. Picking strawberries all spring was back-breaking, muddy work. Picking blackberries and raspberries? Also back-breaking and scratchy.
But blueberries, ahh, this is the way to go, folks. You can literally stroll through the bushes, plucking ripe berries at eye level. No bending necessary. Read More
Well, I finally crossed off “Homemade Vanilla Extract” from my DIY bucket list. And guys, it’s so easy that I’m kinda embarrassed to have put it off for so long!
Homemade Vanilla Extract tastes amazing, is more cost effective than pure vanilla extract from the store, and makes a great gift. In fact, if you get started right away, you can even give Homemade Vanilla Extract as a gift this Christmas.Read More
This Homemade Blueberry Syrup is so easy, it’s not even funny. It’s also the answer to lowering your kids’ (or your own) syrup intake.
Plus, it’s infinitely versatile. Read More
Since artificial food coloring is bad news and making it myself seemed like a big hassle, we simply didn’t use frosting for a few years (with the exception of this 2-ingredient chocolate ganache, which I highly recommend).
…Until I discovered how not intimidating it is to make your own natural food coloring…with real food ingredients!Read More
This Easy Seasoning Salt with Essential Oils is fantastic on a slow cooked roast, and would work well for other meats too. Read More
It’s tomato season, y’all! I’m dropping in from a long summer break to share a few of my favorite tomato canning recipes. Stay tuned over the next week or so for a few more recipes, including salsa and tomato soup. Here’s to that last great tomato harvest of the year–may yours be a bumper crop!
Roasted Tomato Sauce is amazingly versatile–add it to Chili or soup, turn it into Tomato Soup, add ground beef and seasonings to make spaghetti sauce, or try it in this delicious Bolognese Ragu Sauce, etc. I’ve even cooked it down, added seasonings, and called it pizza sauce.