Homesteader Goal #5 & 6

Buy a cast iron skillet- check I bought a Lodge at Walmart for $15.00. Right away I went to YouTube to watch videos on seasoning cast irons. There are a million videos out there. The first time it worked fine, but the video I watched suggested to season it a second time before use. This … More Homesteader Goal #5 & 6

Soulful Baker by Julie Jones–a review

Soulful Baker by Julie Jones is a loving tribute to baking made beautiful by Julie Jones. I’ve followed Julie Jones and her soulful excursions making pies, tarts, cakes, and bakes for some time. Beautifully decorated desserts made with natural ingredients, and pastry recipes perfectly extraordinaire. There is simply nothing more beautiful than the story behind … More Soulful Baker by Julie Jones–a review

Cook Yourself Happy by Caroline Fleming– a review

Cook Yourself Happy by Caroline Fleming is a big helping of Danish culture all wrapped up in a beautifully laid out cookbook filled with photographs, and recipes of simply delicious food. I especially liked the first few pages that described Danish culture and their favorite foods. Having grown up in a Scandinavian household I found … More Cook Yourself Happy by Caroline Fleming– a review

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Emeril Lagasse’s recipe for cabbage rolls is here  Years and years ago I used to unwind by watching two hours of Food Network every day. Even though I had been cooking since I was twelve, and I had worked in several restaurants with positions from prep cook, to line cook and sous chef in training, I really … More Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

FOOD INC.

My husband has always been very supportive of our movement toward an all organic diet. I think he may at times have felt I was a bit too gung- ho about nutrition, but eventually he has come to agree eating more whole foods is going to be better for us both short and long-term. I’ve … More FOOD INC.