Peaches are one of my most favorite fruits in the whole world. Every summer, I buy all the peaches I can possibly consume (and then some) every week at the farmer’s market. This past February, I finally decided to plant a peach tree in our backyard in hopes of having my own crop. (My crop this summer? Exactly one peach. My hopes are high for the future.)
Sometimes, however, I buy more than I can eat. I can certainly freeze them for later, or…continue reading.
‘Tis the time of year where canning and pickling is on every gardener’s mind. While my garden is not having its best year ever (my pepper plants are just now starting to produce), I’m still benefiting from others’ surplus.
A friend of ours gave us a large amount of various peppers – namely Santa Fe and banana – a…continue reading.
Okay, I know that my previous post was a zucchini recipe, and here we are with yet another variation on summer squash. It’s kind of everywhere at the moment, and I couldn’t pass up these absolutely adorable little sunburst patty pan squash at the farmer’s market this past weekend.
Surely I’m not the only one that has experienced the conundrum of “too much zucchini”. In fact, I can imagine several of you reading this are looking at your gardens right now, wondering what you will possibly do with ALL OF THIS ZUCCHINI. Two loaves of zucchini bread every week couldn’t begin to make a dent in…continue reading.
There is an elderly couple that runs a booth at the farmer’s market, and along with (I presume) their granddaughter, they sell organic produce. They are so sweet and kind, and while I don’t buy all of our produce from them, I do make it a point to purchase sweet corn while they have it available. It’s the…continue reading.
Confession: I’ve never made frozen yogurt. Not until this recipe, that is. Truth be told, I’ve tended towards the belief that frozen yogurt was inferior to ice cream. It’s lower in fat. That automatically means it can’t be good, right?
Well, I was wrong.
I didn’t set out with the intention of making something lighter. This was born more out…continue reading.
Beets have made plenty of appearances here before. I love them. They’re gorgeous, for starters. Most are an unbelievably intense red, but some varieties are golden, or even striped like candy canes. How could it not be love at first sight? But beyond their good looks, they’re deliciously sweet and earthy. I enjoy them raw, steamed, …continue reading.
This is a sponsored post on behalf of General Mills, but the opinions are my own.
Cheerios has another delicious option out there for those of you looking to add a bit of sneaky protein into your day. Their new Cheerios Protein line, which comes in Oats and Honey and Cinnamon Almond, have 7…continue reading.
With the kids home for the summer, hungry, and all-too-often bored, I’m certain you’re lLooking for some treats to make for (or with!) your kids this summer that are delicious and gluten-free. Am I right?
Well, ladies and gentlemen, you’ve come to the right place!
If you’re stuck in a rut with what to feed the kids this time of year, here is some awesome…continue reading.