Rest assured, once you actually start using the multi-cooker, you will be glad that you took the leap—every meal comes out a winner. Here are some easy ways to get started.
What is the Safest Cookware Material?
Many cookware materials leach either chemicals or metal, causing health issues over time. The good news is that a few materials stand out as viable options.
How to Prevent a Haké Brush from Shedding
A common complaint with haké brushes is that they shed prolifically, leaving hairs embedded in the painting. The good news is that the solution is quite simple.
Merry Christmas 2022
Once again, we'll close out with some highlights from 2022. It was a busy year for us at Homestead on the Range.
The Bugzooka is an ingenious invention for nabbing insects that have wandered into the house. Great fun for young and old alike!
One coop that has proven to be a great choice for a small flock on pasture is the Round-Top Backyard Coop from Roost & Root.
Getting Started with Draft Animals on a Budget
For the beginner, getting started with draft animals can seem daunting due to the cost. Here are tips for getting off to a solid start without breaking the bank.
Merry Christmas 2021
It may be hard to believe, but Christmas is upon us again! You may enjoy some of the highlights of this past year.
5 Things Every Beginning Acrylic Artist Needs
Getting into acrylic painting doesn't have to break the bank. This shopping list will provide you with an excellent balance of economy and quality.
A Beginner’s Guide to Peat Humus
Peat humus seems to be one of those "magical" soil amendments that can fix whatever ails your garden (assuming you can find any to purchase). But is this perception accurate? Let's find out.