Cooking

How to Make Sauerkraut in a Traditional Crock

Basic sauerkraut is the gateway of fermented foods. It’s straightforward and simple, the ingredients are inexpensive, and the reward is fairly quick. It is wonderfully sour, slightly crunchy, and fantastic loaded onto a big sandwich for a burst of flavor or eating right out of the jar as a daily probiotic.

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From Seeds to Salsa

Harvest veggies from your garden, or visit your local farmer’s market for the freshest, “straight-from-the-ground” salsa ingredients!

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That Good Old 9×13 Pan. Only Better.

Glass is good, but stainless steel is even better – easier cleanup, more attractive and my clumsy self can’t break it if dropped. But here’s the #1 greatest thing about this pan: the raised lid!

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