Food on the homestead tastes like sizzling skewers of homegrown pork kebobs. Add garden fresh veggies and citrus quinoa for a mouthwatering meal any time of the year. Enjoy my recipes? Check out some more tasty down home cookin’: Fresh Lettuce Wraps Homemade Onion Rings Oven-Fried Zucchini with Garlic Aioli Simple Chocolate Mousse
These homestead-style lettuce wraps are an easy way to transform leftovers into a crisp, energizing new dish. Just take whatever you’ve got on hand and make it work.
Sure, our dairy cow produced up to five gallons of fresh milk a day, but you only need two cups to whip up this simply decadent dessert.
My family LOVES this Free Range Chicken Piccata recipe. Homegrown chicken is a go-to ingredient on our homestead and, of all the amazing ways to prepare it, this mouthwatering dish and its zesty (freshly squeezed!) lemon sauce is our favorite. More of my recipes: Cobb Salad with Bacon Rustic Carrot Cake Farm Fresh Eggs Florentine
This Cobb Salad with Bacon is a fantastically delicious recipe for those hot no-cook summer days, or as a healthy side dish at any time during the year. A simple stroll through our homestead’s garden offers up everything we need for a delicious salad… But the real star here is our treasured dry salt cured bacon. Here’s
Making pasta from scratch is easier than you think with this homestead spin on an Italian classic.
Fresh zucchini is a homestead staple, and we’ve turned this wonderfully crisp, hearty vegetable into a savory, healthy alternative to french fries. This Oven Fried Zucchini with Garlic Aioli is a delicious meal for the family. Enjoy. More of my recipes: Pork Kebobs with Citrus Quinoa Fresh Lettuce Wraps Homemade Onion Rings
Homestead living means having the best breakfasts ever, and this deliciously easy to follow recipe will have you craving eggs any time of the day.
This irresistible recipe might make you throw away your grill! Sautéing in a cast iron skillet will change the way you prepare and enjoy your steaks!