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We are entering month two of the challenge and the name of the game is fermenting. I love me some fermented cukes and jalapeños, but honestly haven’t ventured to far outside of putting up summer produce. So… for my challenge this month I am taking on sourdough starters and yogurt sans instapot and if I can […]More
Pancakes immediately conjure up images of Sunday morning brunch spreads and lazy weekend mornings. You can transport that feel to pretty much any meal of they day by embracing #breakfastfordinner and this quick one-bowl batch can get you scratch-made pancakes in 15 minutes flat.More
The Texas growing seasons support your new year’s food goals! There are green things all over the farmer’s market and if you partake in a CSA, your box is probably overflowing with everything from collards to kale to arugula. The only downside to this green wonder is storing it all! For that, a couple of […]More
This is a great little cookbook for winter cooking. It is basically my December CSA box. Vegetable-focused sides, salads, mains, and even breakfasts to use up those collards, sweet potatoes, and root veggies. Eat Your Books hasn’t indexed it yet, so a quick list of some of my favorites: Fluffy Sweet Potato Biscuits Pecan Sweet […]More
One of the most glorious things about homeschooling is that we get to set our own schedules. 15yo schools year-round but we take a break from some of her heavier academic load in the summers and during our long fall/winter break. So… lots more kitchen time and family time and general downtime for a bit.More
We are firmly planted in between seasons here in Austin so thought I would make a quick list of what was in this weekend’s CSA pickup: beets summer squash bok choy dandelion greens sweet potato cucumber okra peppers eggplant Brewing up a meal plan to get us through the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned.More