Homemade Sourdough Tortillas

Tortillas were one of the first food items I made from scratch when my husband and I were first married. I mixed them up in our little apartment kitchen, rolled them out into odd shapes (I could not make them into a circle to save my life!), and baked them up on the skillet. That... Continue Reading →

Sourdough Pizza Crust

Today is a very gray, rainy summer day in the Midwest. The amount of rain we've received over the past few weeks is definitely not normal for this time of year, so I'm looking for ways to enjoy the time inside (even when we'd rather be outdoors). Dinner tonight will be a weekend favorite: ham... Continue Reading →

Honey Sweetened Mug Brownie

My husband and I sat down for a movie night last week and before long my sweet tooth started nudging me. Ice cream or a yogurt parfait are my normal go-to's, but neither of those were available at the time. So I pulled out an old winter favorite: a warm, homemade, fudgy brownie in a... Continue Reading →

Sourdough Peanut Butter Crepes

Our weekend breakfasts usually include sourdough pancakes, waffles, muffins, bacon, sausage, biscuits, or eggs. But sometimes I want something that can be whipped up a bit faster and is still filling and healthy for my family. I also find that I lose interest in scrambles eggs. The texture and flavor begin to weird me out... Continue Reading →

How to Can Homemade Applesauce

There's nothing quite like homemade cinnamon applesauce. The store bought stuff just can't compare! You can find my homemade applesauce recipe here. It's extremely easy to make and absolutely delicious. In fact, you may struggle to keep the family out of it so you can store it away! I enjoy making a large batch of... Continue Reading →

Sourdough Red Lobster Biscuits

I grew up making homemade Red Lobster biscuits for our family. It became my task for dinner time. I remember being excited for cheddar and garlic biscuits because they felt like such a treat! And I still feel that way about them today, but in all honesty...they aren't super healthy, so I set out to... Continue Reading →

How to Can With a Water Bath Canner

Processing food with a water bath canner is one of the best ways to learn how to can because it isn't overly complicated and less intimidating than using a pressure canner. Keep in mind: There are certain foods that you can safely preserve using the water bath method, but there are others that I do... Continue Reading →

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