When I first became interested in prepping and homesteading, I read everything I could find on the subject of food storage. There is so much information out there on this subject. I became overwhelmed before I even got started. I am not a big fan of the food storage lists you see all over the internet because every family’s needs and situation are so different. Over time, I have developed a common sense approach to food storage that makes sense for our family.
This is a really fun way to jazz up your Deviled Eggs for Easter. My daughter and I had so much fun making these! You won’t believe how easy they are to make. Read on to learn how to make the perfect hard boiled egg, and then turn into these pretty Perfect Deviled Eggs for Easter dinner….
My Farmhouse Quiche is perfect for breakfast, lunch or brunch! It has a salty, smokiness, from the bacon and a savory, sweetness from the caramelized onions. The cheddar cheese and whipping cream give it a creamy, cheesy, fluffy decadence that everyone in the family will love! And, it’s a great way to use up some of those extra eggs, too!
Continue reading to learn how to make this delicious Farmhouse Quiche…..
There’s nothing like coming home from work to a house that smells like heaven from a Crock Pot full of my Hearty Crock Pot Beef Stew with Root Vegetables that has been simmering away all day! This stew is hearty and savory, with just a little sweetness from the sweet potatoes and squash. It’s one of my favorite Crock Pot recipes. I hope you enjoy it!
The Victorio Hand Operated Grain Mill: Review
If you have never made a loaf of bread with freshly ground flour, you are truly missing out! Not only do freshly ground flours taste amazing, but they retain more of their nutrients. Also, you can store whole grains much longer than flours. Having your own grain mill gives you the advantage of using different grains or even beans to make flours, which is perfect if you have allergies or gluten intolerance. The Victorio Hand Operated Grain Mill is an affordable way to get started with grinding your own flour. We love ours, and use it regularly for grinding grains, like wheat and oats, to make delicious homemade bread. We keep it clamped to the counter in our kitchen so that it is always ready to go. It does take some effort to grind the grains by hand, but I prefer to do it this way since no electricity is required. You can also purchase an electric motor for the Victorio Grain Mill, if you want to save yourself some time by being able to multitask and do other things while the grain is grinding.