Our family favorite homestead-made food is chokecherry jelly. Here is how we prepare and preserve it.
Savor this recipe for burrata, an appetizer made with fresh mozzarella and cream, from Trixie’s in Ephriam, Wisconsin. In Italian, burrata translates to “buttery,” so you know this dish is indulgent. For those who already make their own cheese, this recipe is perfect for the Christmas holidays, New Year celebrations or if you want to take your Super Bowl party up a major notch.
This is the drink of rock stars! Beets are high in iron, which combats anemia and boosts your energy so you can “go-go.”
This cocktail is so savory, it will leave you craving some crusty bread and packing your bags for Italia. Arrivederci!
If you’ve have had too many late nights out, you may have to “just say no.” Offer up this minty elixir to guests who just say no, and they won’t feel bad about abstaining.
A cookie swap brings out the best of the holiday season: Gather with kindred baking spirits and trade goods so everyone goes home with a deliciously diverse assortment of cookies that would take forever to bake all on your own. Here are five steps and tips for hosting your own.
Basil is anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, and it contains a unique mix of flavonoids that are amazing for your skin. This cocktail tastes like the first day of spring in all its glory.
Based on the success of the Kiva U.S. program over the last few years, Kiva is now offering 0% interest loans up to $25,000 for farmers and food producers throughout America.