A simple meal with veggies and meat can be as easy to throw together as a frozen pizza. Learn how to make a perfect roasted chicken in this easy tutorial. Nothing says mealtime simplicity like a crispy bird, alongside garden fresh veggies and a steaming bowl of mashed potatoes. The prep work is practically nil, and who could argue with the deliciousness? Every member of my family, from the youngest to the oldest loves it when a steaming roasted chicken is on the table for dinner. I
We love making white chicken chili from dried beans in the farmhouse. Hearty, cozy filling, and made with gut healthy homemade bone broth, this soup is a fall staple in our home. This post contains affiliate links, which means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. See my full disclosure here. I am on a fall recipe roll lately. Since sweater weather and cozy blankets get just about everyone excited, its only natural. You know what I love about fall more than anything else?
This cast iron einkorn cornbread is healthy enough to serve with every hearty soup and stew this fall, and delicious enough to want to! This post contains affiliate links, which means I make a small commission at no extra cost to you. You can see my full disclosure here. We've been milling our own grains around the farmhouse for six or seven years now. I shared more about the wheat we mill in this post on my whole wheat sourdough bread recipe. That's what I bought the mill for in the first
Grocery Haul Healthy | Large Family Grocery Shopping | ALDI Welcome to my first ever grocery haul on the blog! I have been asked by so many people to do one of these videos, but the logistics are a bit tricky. Get home from the grocery store with a whole bunch of stuff that needs to go in the refrigerator. Get out the camera, lights and mic to talk about the groceries while the kids are all begging for lunch. We figured it all out, but this is why I don't do these videos all the
This Zucchini Lasagna is a delicious grain free recipe, perfect for using up all those summer squash that the garden is overflowing with. 'Tis the season for gardens which overfloweth with cucumbers, zinnias, and a whole lot of summer squash. I don't know how the conditions are in your neck of the woods, but as for the backyard of the farmhouse, zucchini have no trouble thriving. Usually somewhere around January, my memory of the summer abundance has wiped away, and I throw a couple squash