Looking for a fun way to combine history and science for younger students? Food in Kansas is a free download from the Kansas Historical Society that fits the bill.
How to Cook With Bacon: Delicious and Mouthwatering Bacon Recipes by Tony James Miller shares some of these new and interesting ideas in three categories.
Looking for the perfect gift for the homesteader who loves to garden and cook? Take a look at these handy cookbooks.
Depending on where you live and your weapon of choice, you may already be getting ready for deer season. If this is your first hunt, you probably should peruse a copy of Field Dressing and Butchering Deer: Step-by-Step Instructions, From Field to Table by Monte Burch first. This handy book contains clear instructions and a … Continue reading Field Dressing and Butchering Deer
Ready to try out some new and creative ways to use your fresh vegetables this year? Experiment with Fast and Easy Ways to Cook Vegetables by Penny Noepel.
If you have never planted a garden before, you may still be hunting for resources. We've pulled together a short list of posts, links, and books to help you out.
To make it easy to find ways to use your homegrown produce, Bartholomew has organized the All New Square Foot Gardening Cookbook by vegetable.
Here's a fun and easy way for young folks to learn how to cook. What makes this cookbook unique? The directions.
It's not too late to think about putting away your produce for the winter! And if you need help figuring out what to do with it, allow us to recommend a classic: Stocking Up.
The Little House Cookbook by Barbara M. Walker will help you and your family try some of the old-fashioned cooking Laura Ingalls Wilder described so vividly.