Whip up an easy casserole dish that the whole family will love.
Great ideas for using up stored pumpkin. Also, tips on which varieties are the best to grow and why. We are including our recipe for Pumpkin Cake.
Farmers' markets can be an easy on-ramp to start selling your fresh produce, pastured meats or cottage food products, but how can you ensure your items stand out? Catt Fields White, San Diego Farmers' Market Manager at several farmers' markets, has seen it all and offers some advice to get you on the fast track to market success.
Your “grass-fed” milk may not be as organic as you think, but new technologies might be able to fix that.
By Wendy Akin
The only part of corned beef I’ve never liked was emptying the big pot full of greasy cooking water. Last year, Jacques Pepin casually mentioned cooking corned beef sous-vide. Eureka! Problems all solved and corned beef is more often on the table. Here’s how you do it.
As the local food and farm-to-table movement expands, the time is ripe to create your own self-employed livelihood and business. Are you a homesteader who loves to cook, baking up hand crafted items, like scones, muffins and artisanal breads? Learn from lawyer turned bakery entrepreneur, Joanne Sherif, as she shares her inspiring story of launching Cardamom Café and Bakery in San Diego and finding her life's passion, one croissant at a time.
Quarante-Quatre (translates to forty-four) is a very traditional French cordial. You’ll also find it, or variations of it, where French people have settled. It combines fresh orange and coffee, a classic marriage.
Looking for an easy-to-make recipe for a cold winter's evening? This hearty vegetarian chili can be made with sweet potatoes, butternut squash, pumpkin, or any other winter squash. Use a slow cooker to give yourself the afternoon off.