This simple and portable dessert is great to make when camping. Whipping the cream in a mason jar just feels like something that should be done in the rough.
Tonight we enjoyed garlicky collard green noodles with sesame soy tofu, pea pods and rice noodle. Though it was delish, I wanted to focus on a recipe that may serve the campers out there this summer. This post is a little retroactive, but given that my family was in the […]
Got rhubarb? This is a simple way to preserve and enjoy it!
This easy one calls for some Sure Jell fruit pectin. A great way to keep that yummy berry thing going year round!
Our oldest started “real school” this year. First grade. Hard to believe a year has gone by, but here it is again, summer. This fall I will have a second grader and a kindergartner, so hard to believe. I was thinking about how a favorite lunch box meal this year […]
Potatoes and butter, what could be more simple? This post also includes a recipe for a roasted chicken if you like.
What a beautiful weekend camping! I am grateful that my family didn’t mind the intermittent summer rain, the weather will be warm enough to dry out anything that got wet along the way, the equipment we used kept us mostly dry and cozy, and that technology was scarce allowing me to […]
For staples, it’s red wine vinegar, ground cloves, ginger and raisins to make a lovely chutney courtesy of Williams-Sonoma. It’s a great way to use
One of my favorite veggies is the sugar snap pea. Last year we planted just a few sugar snap pea plants in a little plot on the side of the house. Alex and I decided we would try it out, seeing if we wanted to explore gardening for real. When […]
Serve with a simple side of fresh strawberries. Fresh ricotta cheese and sugar snap peas takes this simple dish to the next level.