Of course, it’s great to eat eggs from your own flock of chickens. You know the eggs are super fresh, and those bright yolks beat anything you’ll ever see at the store. But even farm-fresh eggs are not without their disadvantages. You will quickly discover one of the cons the first time you try to…… Continue reading How to Peel a Farm-Fresh Hard-Boiled Egg
Asparagus can be a delicious addition to your dinner and a great way to start the year’s harvest. But there are only so many times you can eat asparagus cooked as a side dish! Fortunately, asparagus can be fairly versatile. Cooked asparagus as a side dish is just the beginning of the possibilities. Here are…… Continue reading 3 Easy Ways to Use Asparagus
If you have a greenhouse or cold frame, you may already be pulling the first radishes of the year. That crisp, fresh texture and mildly spicy taste is a real treat after the long winter. Once you’ve had your fill of radishes served plain or with a dab of vegetable dip, try something different. This…… Continue reading Easy Radish Salad
As the daylight hours increase, so does egg production. Every day, your hens are working harder and faster to lay more eggs. There is just one problem: What are you going to do with all those eggs? If you keep chickens, it’s a problem you’re going to have to solve sooner or later. Allow us…… Continue reading 10 Ways to Use Extra Eggs
Spring is on its way, and the chickens are starting to get down to business. The refrigerator is slowly filling up with eggs. Before long, most of us with laying hens will have more eggs than we can eat. One good way to make use of all those extra eggs is to freeze some to…… Continue reading How to Freeze Eggs
There is only one difference between A1 and A2 beta casein—the amino acid in position 67. The question is: Does that little difference affect human health?
If you’ve read the Little House series, your mouth was probably watering a good portion of the time. Hearty soups and homemade bread figured prominently in most of the books; Little House in the Big Woods was notable for maple treats and a huge supper at sugaring-off time; wild game abounded in Little House on…… Continue reading The Little House Cookbook
Apples, cinnamon, brown sugar…yum! Cooking apple slices on the stovetop is quite simple, and it’s a great way to add a little variety to your fruit options. Give this delicious side a try, tweak it to suit your taste, and see if it fits on your Christmas menu. Ingredients 1 pound (2 large or 3…… Continue reading Stovetop Apples