So here’s tonight’s dinner, ribs and chicken cooked and smoked on a wood fire grill with fresh cantaloupe. It gave us a chance to use some leftover meat from some other meals and was delicious and enjoyed by all! Through the summer we like to use our grill out on the patio because It doesn’t… Continue reading Summer Grilling
My seven month old son is a hearty eater. Anyone can tell that by looking at him, but you won’t find a single jar of baby food in our cabinets. He’s eaten table food pretty much from the time he started solids. It just made sense that he would eat what we ate as a… Continue reading Baby Led Weaning
A couple weeks ago, our family reached a very special milestone: my son’s half birthday. Little Man is now six months old, no longer a bitty baby that needs to be handled with kid gloves, but a little ball of energy that rolls around the living room after big sister and the dog. It marks… Continue reading Six Months of Breastfeeding
Do you know how super easy it is to make homemade butter? You don’t even have to have a cow or a local farm that sells raw milk to do it so us urban homesteaders can get in on the action too! All you need is some heavy whipping cream. That’s it, seriously! Now, you… Continue reading Homemade Butter!
We made it to the home stretch! For our last night, I wanted to do something a little different. For the most part, we had been working with prepared ready to cook meat replacements but its always better to make your own so I wanted to try some vegetarian cooking from scratch. So we bought… Continue reading 7 Day Vegetarian Challenge: Day 7
For Day 6 we had veggie burgers so we decided to grill out on a charcoal grill…….big mistake in my opinion. Although the veggie burgers themselves were not too bad, the method of cooking didn’t suit them. They absorbed the charcoal taste that can sometimes compliment meat but on the veggie patties, it tasted more… Continue reading 7 Day Vegetarian Challenge Day 6: Can YOU GRILL IT?