I love to grow green beans in my garden every year. On good years, I end up canning many pints of green beans to store away for winter. To can green beans, you need a pressure canner to process them. If you like pickled vegetables, you should give these pickled green beans a try! Because…Read More Pickled Green Beans (Dilly Beans)
If you grew a bunch of turnips this year, like I did, you are probably wondering what to do with them all. I have canned turnips before, but you need a pressure canner to process them. I just finished up a bunch of pickled beets, and was wondering if I could do something similar with…Read More Quick Pickled Turnips for Canning
Summer is the perfect time of year to put some fresh produce in the freezer for winter. It’s fresh, it’s inexpensive, and it doesn’t take a lot of work to get it ready for the freezer. Learn just how easy it is to freeze peaches for smoothies! Choosing Peaches for Smoothies When selecting…Read More How to Freeze Peaches for Smoothies
Does your fridge smell bad even after cleaning? I get asked a lot how to get a rotten smell out of the fridge! A number of things can lead to a stubborn fridge odor, but there are a number of ways you can successfully fight the bad smell with both homemade and store bought fridge…Read More How to Get a Rotten Smell Out of the Fridge!
I have been trying to lose weight this year, and I’ve been looking for healthy recipes to help me achieve that goal. Protein balls (or energy bites) are a great snack and give you both protein and energy in a small snack sized portion. These no bake cranberry date protein balls are really easy to…Read More No Bake Cranberry Date Protein Balls