You’ve probably been told at some point that you should eat more “natural” foods, or that you should stay away from too many “artificial” products and eat more Non-GMO foods. But, you may not be sure exactly what that means.
Mashed potatoes. Made easier. And even more delicious. Need we say more?
Okay, we’ll say a little more… Continue reading
We had just trimmed our tree to help it fit into our tiny home, and what we were left with seemed too good to just toss back outside: branches and sprigs of fresh, soft pine with a fragrance incredibly befitting of the season.
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My younger sister spent a year of her college career as an exchange student to Leeds, England. There she learned many life lessons, including how to drink lots of tea, how to drive on the left side of the road, and how to make these rich mini pies, which are now a Christmas tradition in her household (and which I am lucky enough to devour when we visit her). Continue reading
As the temperature drops, there’s no denying the winter season is here. Some may not look forward to the change in season, but I know the great things that come with the cold.
Make a natural evergreen swag for your door, or to give as a gift. It’s fun, aromatic, easy on the pocketbook (if you don’t believe me, check the prices for live greenery arrangements at your local florist) and the results are absolutely stunning. Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Kathy Harrison, preparedness maven, is also a fantastic cook! Every year, her very large family gets together, and what she calls the “cookie wars’ break out! This year, she’s got an international surprise in store for them, and she shares the recipe and story with us. Continue reading