Bruce and Carol McElmurray
From log to the mill to the project in no time at all.
Choosing homesteading as a way of life and what it takes.
Are GMOs good or bad for civilization?
When defining the term homesteading, consider the various options available.
What I learned in the process of seeking restoration of a beautiful stream while dealing with governmental agencies.
We love our lifestyle and all the hard work that is associated with this lifestyle is just a small part of it.
Viewing elk herds from the comfort of our home.
How we were adopted and befriended by a deer.
If you have questions on how we accomplished our dream - ask us maybe our experience will help you. We welcome questions on how life is in the high mountains of S. Colorado. Please visit our personal blog for more information on us.
By installing laminate flooring we have a floor that cleans easily, is attractive and durable.
While far-fetched, this is an absolute wildlife true story. Maybe it's coincidence, but I don't think so because I was looking into those warm friendly brown eyes.
How we determine springtime at 9,759 feet elevation.
Building garden boxes that keep critters out.
Putting a safety fence around a woodstove keeps small children and pets safer.
Making New Year's resolutions for a remote homestead.
Views around our property that make autumn an enchanting time of year.
Homesteading with wild animals and how to cope with their antics.
Practical use of a wood mill on the homestead. The benefit of cutting your own lumber.
The virtues and wisdom of having some projects done by professionals -vs- rather than attempting them yourself. While many can and do their own installation, occasionally it is better to have professionals do the job.
Tree stumps, reminders of special moments and birds contribution to life.
Wild strawberries are a tasty treat.
Carpenter ants: an alternative to chemical treatment. Living within the environment and not attempting to destroy or change it.
We use the winter to mitigate our wildfire exposure as opposed to the summer when we are involved with other needed tasks.
We have found that there are down sides to legalization of marijuana in Colorado.
Cutting firewood in the winter opens time for other activities during the short summer and fall seasons.
Ours is a great country and I don't think defined by politics but by people like the ones from our small county who served and are little known.
Taking personal responsibility for private-property protection in light of ongoing climate change and the hazards associated with same.
Spring time is a time to experience the newness of life and living in the Sangre de Cristo mountains amid the wildflowers, birds, green woods and new birth.
Are GMOs good or bad for civilization?
Cabin Fever: noun, ‘Boredom, restlessness, or irritability that results from a lack of environmental stimulation, as from a prolonged stay in a remote, sparsely populated region or a confined indoor area‘.
Living remotely with wild animal encounters and how to come out safely.
Transforming a tree to lumber and then to a piece of furniture.
Calculating the amount of mountain snow to actual moisture.
Learn the basic skills useful for mountain homesteading.
Is a pressure washer something that would be beneficial on your homestead?
How we prevented birds from flying into our windows.
Wood stove considerations that should be considered before you purchase a stove.
The daily realities of living in the mountains.
Different noise we must adjust to living in a remote area.
How we convert standing dead trees to usable lumber.
Should you do it yourself or hire a chimney sweep to clean your chimney?
Make a winter checklist to follow in preparation for winter in the mountains.
We have a large population of hummingbirds in the summer and observing them and their flying antics is amazing.
Using manual control of weeds as opposed to chemical control.
How we repurposed an old leaky wood stove to use outside to cook meals on.
Heating with wood in a cast iron stove.
Thank goodness for good friends who will share their garden harvest with those of us less skilled.
Wild flowers in bloom in high country meadows. Wild iris in profusion.
How we discovered a cut-glass prism that told us the exact first day of spring by producing rainbows.
Growing garlic is easy if you just know the right time to plant it: in fall, not spring or summer!
This stone fascia is a practical solution for wildfire prevention. It's attractive and uses local natural resources.
Riches sometimes come from natural resources - not always connected with dollar signs.
Tree rings tell the tale. It is nice and green here now but our plants and weeds are acclimated to semi arid and have deep roots.
Homesteading with dogs in remote mountain living. Considerations in providing a good safe homestead environment for your cherished pets.
Selecting a power option for your homestead.
Coping with SARDS (sudden acquired retinal degeneration) in dogs and practical ways to help a blind dog.
A sudden onset of a canine eye disease called SARDS leaves dogs totally blind very suddenly. Bruce McElmurray explains this disrder from a personal perspective.
There is hard work homesteading in the mountains and the weather dictates much of those challenges.
Snow in the mountains is different than snow found at lower elevations.
It takes commitment and determination to live remotely in the mountains.
How having a rhythm and routine assists in accomplishing difficult tasks.
How to flush a small engine and repair a clogged carburetor.
How a single purchase of a magazine in newsprint in 1970 changed my life.
Taking time to reflect on the past brings renewed appreciation to the present.
Other than the four regular seasons there is a fifth season in the mountains called mud season.
How to cope mentally with living in a remote location.
How to report application violations of herbicide abuse.
Learn how to clean your own woodstove and chimney.
How I have gone full circle from coal heat, heat pump to wood heat.
Pack Rats, cute, tricky and destructive
Where we go to recharge our batteries and restore our soul.
2,4,D Amine 4 is not a safe product. Read the multiple page information sheet if you can read tiny writing and hieroglyphics.
Sometimes you have your plans changed for you, so don't put off tomorrow what can be done today.
Many decisions go into remote living to decide if it is right for you.
How a small group of committed people can truly make a change for good.
The benefits of owning a home wood mill and the economic advantages if you have available timber.
Building a closet from lumber milled from standing dead trees.
Selecting a tree, reducing it to logs, milling out the logs into lumber and using that lumber for specific projects.
No homestead is complete without our canine companions.
Dovetail joints that are hand made are a strong woodworking joint.
Fishing can be good therapy for us.
A contribution for wildfire mitigation.
How we clean out chimney on our A - Frame house with a steep roof.
Outlining our process for locating a suitable location for finding a new homestead.
As we look into the future we prepare for a flatter terrain for a new homestead.
A good idea that could work for wildfire mitigation.
Being prepared for canine emergencies.
New wood stove, another unexpected advantage of downsizing, and Murphy's Law.
What we do inside on a blustery day outside.
How we approached buying our property, clearing and selecting a home site.
How important our tractor and snow thrower are in keeping us from getting snowed in. Our local cooperative.
Making good decisions on how we use our land. Keeping it natural.
How our friend John Dougherty took a normal covered utility trailer and converted it into a camping unit.
Fun is where you find it, in this case it is a hay ride for the family along our trail.
Taking time to just have fun and enjoy life in the face of serious living.
Where have our bats gone? We miss the benefit of having them around and wish they would come back.
Hiking to the top of our mountain, the breathing view, the soothing effect.
Gardening at a high elevation presents challenges such as harsh sun and a shorter growing season.
Going from raw undeveloped land to a functional homestead is hard work, but it's rewarding.
The Goldman Environmental Prize is the world’s largest and most prestigious award for grassroots activists. This year’s six inspiring and courageous prize winners (one from each of the six inhabited continental regions of the world) are...
Don’t let this tricky pipe slow down your projects — these CPVC basics will help you ease into those plumbing repairs.
Ed and Bruce compare the weather and its impact on their mountain homesteads at different elevations and mountain ranges.
Two homesteaders from Washington and Colorado comment on their greatest weather fear in the mountains.
Bruce McElmurray and Ed Essex collaborate on how the weather dictates to their mountain homesteading.
Ed Essex and Bruce McElmurray compare their weather experiences living at 4,200 feet and 9750 feet elevation respectively.
Mountain homesteading in a remote area.
Tips that we have learned gardening at a high elevation.
Being adopted by a deer is so different it is life changing. Can a human actually love a wild animal and can a wild animal love a human? My experience says so.
The process of evaluating needs for successful downsizing.
How we focused on attaining our dream homestead.
Comparing a covenant community against living rural without covenants.
Firewood, the major yearly task when you heat with wood.
How we had to adjust to a smaller home, the isolation and quiet.
The Mission Wolf sanctuary is a special place that takes in wolves who have been unsuccessfully domesticated. I can tell you that having a 150-pound timber wolf kiss you on the lips is an experience you won’t quickly forget, but the fact it liked you enough to do that is even more amazing when you consider what men have done to the wolf.
Cooking breakfast outside on the woodstove.
Though wolves are commonly misunderstood animals, not all of what you hear is true.
Living in the mountains or remotely requires physical endurance as well as being fit.
Why we adopt rescue dogs.
How we deal with unexpected incidents.
Taking a ride on an old steam engine.
The challenges that we encounter trying to grow a garden at high latitude.
Reflections on 15 years of mountain living.
We enjoy observing and creating habitat for wild birds.
How our electronics save us space and provide even more room in a small home.
We have slowly replaced out dated fixtures and the Rialto toilet was the final step in getting more environmentally compliant.
We enjoy sledding and snowshoeing in the winter as outdoor activities.
How we live in the mountains during the winter.
Gardening challenges at high elevation.
Our typical day living in the mountains in the winter.
Proper insulation pays long term dividends.
We use available time in the winter to preform routine maintenance on appliances and tools.
How we milled lumber, made a gate and installed the gate during a break in the weather.
Communication and honesty is essential to decide important issues like a complete lifestyle change.
Our selection of a house, downsizing and getting the home built.
How we avoid cabin fever by doing volunteer work and enjoying the beautiful outdoors.
Comparison between old ways and new technology.
How we prepared out homestead for the best wildfire prevention possible.
Some of the difficulties we encounter in gardening at a high elevation
In the beauty of autumn comes a time of preparation for winter. The many necessary tasks to be prepared if you are self sufficient.
How we put the happy in The Happy Homesteader.
Firewood, the major yearly task when you heat with wood.
Growing raspberries and other vegetables at high elevation and the challenges.
Senior sledding down our driveway.
Why are you adopting a dog? For more on pet ownership see our personal blog at www.brucecarolcabin.blogspot.com.
When the electricity goes out it helps to be prepared to deal with circumstances.
Removing large quantities of snow. For more on how we cope with snow check out our personal blog at www.brucecarolcabin.blogspot.com where we post regular updates on our life here on the mountain.
Caulk tool that works for me. If for me it should work for anyone.
Our good and bad decisions on selecting a dealer and a wood stove.
Finding a company from an advertisement in Mother Earth News and how it benefited us. .
Award winners highlight the next generation of leaders in the bike/ped movement
One way that I work through problems is by baking bread. It is my therapy, and it works for me. Getting lost in the recipe and wondering how you might make some changes to make it better is always good for the mind.
Spending time baking with others will be time well spent. Make some memories that you will never forget.
Love of family, love of tradition, love of pumpernickel bread — need I say more?
Using crescent rolls as buns to avoid azodicarbonamide.
Many of us love bread and love to use local ingredients.
Baking and sharing cinnamon rolls can create happiness. Cinnamon and honey will make your baked goods irresistible.
Two homesteaders discuss their experience with the weather applicable to their mountain homesteads in Washington and Colorado.
I learned life lessons early in life as a newspaper delivery boy. Valuable lessons that carried on though life.
Examining an community for your homestead.
40 years of reading Mother, the value of accumulation of reading the contributions of others during that time.
The third and last of a three part blog on chemical herbicides.
The US Pro Cycle Challenge is a major cycling race that brings cyclists from all over the world including the recent winner of the Tour de France.
By observing the birds and wildlife we learn valuable lessons to apply to our lives.
A brief story of how a creek was damaged and how it was reported to the authorities properly.
A story of one of our camping trips to Torreya State Park, Florida.
Dealing with a government agency to save a creek.
Where we go to reflect on life and relax.
How we expect the unexpected and turn blow down trees into lumber.
How we have taken measures to mitigate and reduce our wildfire exposure.
How our community has planned ahead for wildfire contingencies.
A brief description of Manuel and Mary Ann's straw bale home and its efficiency.
Meeting in person a long time Mother Earth News reader.
A short description of why we prefer small city living over large city living.
Rewarding volunteer efforts involving German Shepherd Rescue.
Where we find a wealth of information for projects and enjoyable reading.
Our true story about Junior a very unique deer.
The final result of a reporting a water violation and having a creek restored.
Our experience in living with bears.
How prepared ahead of time for remote living and what was required.
Our experience with our local cooperative.
How to select and find the right pet for you. Non professional guidelines.
What we do on snow days in the mountains when it is snowing hard outside.
Receiving seed catalogs and dreaming of warmer weather and growing a garden.
A surprising number of amenities found in a small town complete with western hospitality.
The final in a 6 part series on Ft. Garland, Colorado
Living in a community that has those who served in the armed forces and make good neighbors.
Living in possibly the best place in the USA.
What we have found as an advantage of having a rural hardware store close by.
Reasons why we like to shop at our local grocery.
How we persist until our 11 cords of firewood is accomplished and then re structure our lives.
We wade through deep snow to trim limbs and cut dead trees and nothing goes to waste.
How we cope with heavy snow in the mountains.
Preventing allergy causes as opposed to treating the symptoms.
It is important to take time to reflect on those things that are important to you on occasion.
Addition to our family and our homestead. Echo a GSD with a new chance at life in his furever home.
Our area is abundant with history. We have a limber pine tree nearby that I estimate is over 2,100 years old and still very much alive. History - we have an abundance of it.
Photo of a bear with a pack rat that is about to be lunch. Thanks to a friend for sharing it for us all to see.
Spending a day having fun prospecting for gold, enjoying the outdoors, exploring a ghost town and the high mountains.
How potentially dangerous chemicals are tested and are they really that safe for humans or not.
History and those who may have crossed or used your homestead before you discovered it. Treasure is where you find it.
How the small town atmosphere can enhance your homesteading and living.
How a non writer can with effort contribute in a small way. To read more on our life style go to www.brucecarolcabin.blogspot.com
An innovative partnership of bicycle advocates and a bike-friendly attorney aims to reduce crashes in South Carolina.
A doctor, soldier, father and husband died tragically in a bicycle crash. Now, justice is being served as the driver faces a reckless homicide charge.
Life really is good when you live on a dirt road.
Trying to interpret and understand scientific reports and their failure to come to a consensus.
Contemplations on what we eat and why we pay close attention to our food.
The Apollo Alliance want you to tell the new Obama Energy Czar, Carol Browner that you support renewable energy policy.
Why do we believe that math must be done one workbook page at a time, at the kitchen table? Anyone who’s ever kept chickens can tell you all the math that can be found in the hen house.
Walk this way, to support the revitalization of a pedestrian-friendly America.
Not all beehives are created equal. This post examines Langstroth beehives, Top-Bar beehives, and Warre beehives in order to help a new beekeeper determine which system is the best for her bees.
North Carolinian Master Beekeeper, Tia Douglass, offers an introduction to chemical-free, natural beekeeping, bees and approach to raising pollinators.
Modifications I’m making and things to consider before building your own top bar hive.
Surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Pisgah National Forest, with the Great Smoky Mountains to the southwest, Asheville, North Carolina, is the perfect basecamp for an ecotour, cultural trip and culinary adventure. Experiencing the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Fair held here this past April was just the start for my wife and me.
Potlucks make sharing a meal about as easy as can be. With just a few changes from the usual all-disposable approach, potlucks can be green, thrifty, and more enjoyable too.
A people-powered revolution is afoot.
Musician Ben Sollee has defined the pace and purpose of touring, ditching the van and taking the 2 Mile Challenge.
Thanks to local advocates, Santa came early for cyclists in the Steel City.
Yep, that's my boss with Lance Armstrong — and a half-million bike/ped friends — on the open streets of Los Angeles.
As state transportation officials send billions back to Washington, advocates hope bicyclists and pedestrians aren't left holding the empty bag.
Over the past year, I have made countless mistakes on my garden. In this post, I share four of my most frustrating gardening mistakes and how to avoid them.
How my dad defended himself from overly generous gardeners.
Trying to tend to kids AND a garden.
Non-gardeners and gardeners are very, very different creatures.
As fall nears, sunflowers are beginning to die off and it's time to harvest their seeds! In this post I bring you through the steps to harvest and prepare your sunflower seeds for eating!
A less meddlesome approach to beekeeping.
Anticipation of warm weather, bees, flowers, and HONEY!
What needs doin' in the beeyard?
Raw honey isn’t just delicious — read on to learn some of the medicinal uses for it.
Keeping bees with neighbors in the city or the burbs.
Day 2 in Asheville, North Caroline, is about the eco-high adventures to be had, both in the trees on a zipline and when hiking to the Catawba Waterfalls.
Introducing a revolutionary new book about the "drinkable landscape" and how you can use organic gardening to produce a huge array of beverages.
When it comes to that most essential of all modern appliances, the best way to be eco-friendly is to stick with the tried and true three R's: reduce, reuse or recycle.
The no-waste way to render beeswax.
Awesome facts about the amazing honeybee.
The decision to replace an old refrigerator should not always be made based only on how well it is functioning. New Energy Star models have many energy-saving and cost-saving advantages that can make that decision much easier.
New Energy Star standards not only raise the bar for energy efficiency in refrigeration, but they also introduce, for the first time, the idea that putting Wi-Fi into a fridge can help with energy savings.
Even store-bought mushrooms create vitamin D when exposed to sunlight. Use this nifty trick and my tasty recipe to keep up your supply of this essential vitamin.
Indoor air pollution can be even worse than outdoor. For this reason, choosing eco-friendly floor coverings is essential to a healthy home.
Have you ever had leftover bread, but you don't want to throw it away or give it to the birds? Here's what you do: Panzanella. This Italian salad will throw your taste buds for a loop, and it all starts with leftover, stale bread.
Top bar hive modifications, turkey traps, and gourmet potatoes are just a few of the topics covered in the past week of blogging we've been up to. Homesteading healthcare and a new virtual book club round off the week with several reader comments.
Mia Birk's new book weaves together personal and professional history to illustrate the transformative power of bicycling.
Show your thanks for bicycle and pedestrian advocacy leaders by nominating someone you know for a national Advocacy Award.
The bike-ped movement is growing; meet one of the newest leaders advocating for pedestrians.
Leaders from America Bikes impress top transportation official with compelling new data on job creation and popular demand for active street design.
(Video) The U.S. Secretary of Transportation bikes to work at the behest of his bicycle commuting employees.
A Colombian concept that reclaims the streets has found a home in dozens of cities across the U.S.
Join a free webinar about women and cycling this Wednesday!
Susie Stephens' memorial now grows in the city of her tragic death.
I learned an important gardening lesson from fighting tomato blight.
A brief overview of keeping bees in a top bar hive from setup to overwintering.
With just about every breed of standard bred, heritage poultry, we have work to do. They are not producing like they once were.
Colony Collapse Disorder is threatening the future of bee pollination. Here's what we can do about it.
When and how to feed your honeybees.
Learn about the benefits of baking with this ancient grain.
A recipe for a grease patty that doesn't use hydrogenated oils.
Gardeners don't have to live in a semi-tropical zone to grow organic lemons, limes, oranges, and other citrus fruits. Proper technique with potted plants can yield a bounty of delicately flavored, vitamin-rich citrus.
One woman's vision of a family farm comes to life in her back yard thanks to one friendly goat.
Have some fun in your garden this year and grow something giant!
Considering induction cooking as an eco-friendly alternative to cooking with electricity? Can’t begin to contemplate spending $3,000 on a stove? This article will run down how you can integrate the hottest new tech in cooking into your kitchen without winning the lottery.
A sepia photo of a North Carolina family in front of their farmhouse reveals food heritage.
Goldenrod is starting to bloom in the beeyard now that the cooler weather is on its way.
Although cooking is not as big of an energy-drain in the home as other things, there are still ways to do it in an energy-efficient way. This article describes some of the best ways to cook sustainably.
If you are looking to make your home more eco-friendly, there is no better place to start than in the kitchen. Here are 8 simple ways to save energy in the kitchen.
What's going on with the hives, new developments in the Down-East Bee Lady's life, latest bee school news, etc.
The first of 12 posts, seed saving begins with an introduction to the stories behind seeds and why they are so important. From preserving our shared botanical heritage to protecting a diverse and decentralized food supply, the story of seed is as varied as the people who plant them.
Gather your extended family around the table to share home-cooked, healthy meals on a regular basis. Reap the rewards of laughter, pleasure, and deepening relationships for very little money. Get started with my recipe for Beans with Caramelized Onions and Carrots. Ten servings cost about ten dollars using organic, heirloom beans and about seven dollars using pinto beans.
A forty-something woman stumbles into a booth at a farmer's market, looks up, and sees a handsome farmer. You may know that the blockbuster Fifty Shades of Grey also begins with a tumble and winds up with love. It's no coincidence: my book Fifty Weeks of Green is a comic response to Fifty Shades that celebrates sustainable living.
Add an efficient solar cooker to your winter emergency kit for hot meals during power outages. Even when you could have power, it's fun to roast potatoes or bake dessert off-grid on sunny winter days.
A good vegetable garden doesn't have to be expensive. Here is a step-by-step description of how one family was able to build a paved, raised vegetable garden for under $200.
Fire pits can be great things. They are attractive, inexpensive to use and help to extend the use of your yard through the fall and winter. But they must be used safely. Here are some guidelines for fire pit safety.
Rabbits are a fabulously healthful, economical and ecologically sound source of meat, and they don’t have to be kept in hanging cages. Rabbits can be raised on pasture to produce food for your family while improving the quality of your land.
Get more intense flavor and more nutrients by slicing olives into a simple spinach and chickpea salad. This thrifty recipe also shows a streamlined salad-making process.
Take a visual tour of the events at the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Fair in Puyallup, Washington.
A cheap plastic pin reveals allies on Capitol Hill.
In New York City, advocates unveil a bold vision to end the traffic violence.
Complete streets policies are sweeping the nation, to the benefit of bicyclists, pedestrians and travelers of all ages.
Emmy-award winner, Dayton Duncan, likened trail advocates to John Muir at the American Trails National Symposium
Are you up to the 2 Mile Challenge? Sign up and help replace 100,000 car trips with healthy, pollution-free bicycle travel!
With the lifting of the four-year Bicycle Plan injunction, we're watching the next premiere biking city unfold — at record pace — in San Francisco, California.
Who the heck is Paul Goodman? The car-free visionary who inspired a new documentary and bicycle contest.
Ian Klepetar has been living out of a tent — and building a business empire that benefits bicyclists.
Submit your best photos of biking and walking for a chance to win a free, 10-day bike trip to Italy!
Transportation rock stars, Janette Sadik-Khan and Congressman Earl Blumenauer, tell National Bike Summit attendees that local advocates are the real headliners in the bicycle movement.
The Rails-to-Trails Conservancy launches a national campaign aimed at the American Automobile Association.
So, what makes a flock of poultry sustainable? What is standard-bred poultry? If you purchase chicks from a hatchery, are they true to the breed? Why does every hatchery sell Rhode Island Reds and they all look different? Why do the Cornish Cross meat chickens have so many problems? Raising standard poultry is the only true way to improve the sustainability of quality local food while preserving the strength of Heritage poultry.
The little used herb lovage makes an attractive addition to the edible landscape and provides a smoky flavor to soups and stews.
Beehive happenings since my last blog post.
Discover how to grow various members of the onion family: bulb onions and scallions, leeks, garlic, ramps, shallots, and chives. Each one has different requirements and habits, yet all are rewarding for organic gardeners.
Some examples of passive solar design applied to homes in the southeast, where cooling, as well as heating, is a concern.
Energy Star for Homes is a worthwhile green building certification with demonstrated market value.
Chris Larson's Asheville, North Carolina, home--already a superb example of smart, passive solar design--gets even better with the addition of solar hot water collectors.
The only recipe you’ll ever need for wonderful homemade broths plus deliciously versatile chicken and veggie soup.
Asheville has a long history of attracting people searching for a tranquil place for personal retreats and wellness. For Day 3, it’s time to chill, revitalize ourselves and do some rebalancing of our mind, body and spirit on a health and wellness tour.
From choosing affordable floods for the bedroom remodel to switching out the oven-hood incandescent, Jennifer details how much it cost to light her house sustainably, as well as forecast her long term savings.
In the hollows of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this true Christmas celebration was simple, inexpensive and rich with tradition.
You don't have to pay $50 a pound for fresh morel mushrooms. Watch this video and find out how to forage for morels yourself.
The Marin County Bicycle Coalition won a major victory with the opening of the Cal Park Hill Tunnel — a world class facility that makes biking the quickest commuting option.
The defeat of Congressman Jim Oberstar wasn't just a blow to Minnesota. It was a loss for everyone who bikes and walks.
Bikes Belong needs your pledge to show the public, policymakers and the media that one million Americans want better policy and funding to promote bicycling.
As Passive House Institute standards up the ante, USA Today’s “Best Green Homes of 2010” list reflects Americans’ desire for affordability, efficiency and style.
Simran Sethi looks into the furniture and logging industries.
There seems to be limited testing done by the EPA on the toxicity of some chemicals.
This Peach Sherbet Recipe is reminiscent of biting into a fresh peach, but with a cool, creamy consistency.
Instead of coffee and cake after dinner, end an evening in style with this Coffee Granita Recipe.
Make this creamy Peanut Butter Gelato Recipe and customize it with fruit, chocolate or nuts.