Monticello's Heritage Harvest Festival inspired us to keep at those challenges that frustrate us on the farm.
Use your abundance of basil to handcraft this delightfully different custard-style ice cream.
This simple beet salad will make a beet lover out of you!
Try these easy and unique homemade gifts--from your kitchen and from nature--for your loved ones this year.
Handmade candies are always better than store-bought. If you're a fan of the peanut butter-and-chocolate combination, mix up these delicious little truffles.
With resources from Mother Nature, you can make natural and beautiful homegrown holiday gifts.
Just in time for Labor Day, a dessert made with beer--Double-Chocolate Stout--that everyone will love.
This rustic, resourcefully sustainable dog fence fits right into the landscape. Before you install a fence, look around your place first to see what's already available.
If life is giving you heat, take to the kitchen and make ice cream. It's better than store-bought, and much easier than you think!
This "award winning" pie takes a little time, but is well worth the effort. Substitute lemon if you're not a fan of lime.
Goodbye corn-on-the cob, hello sweet corn pizza!
Try spelt, an ancient grain more easily digested than wheat, in your next loaf of sourdough bread. You'll love it.
If you're a fan of real food and real fats, learn how to render lard the easy, old-fashioned way.
Everyone loves a chocolate-chip muffin ... just add bacon for a special treat!
This lemon polenta cake is an easy, and interesting, twist on dessert. Make substitutions with whatever you have on hand.