Oil-free Fresh Herb Vinaigrette
Dairy Free / Dressings & Marinades / Egg free / Fat Free / Fresh Produce / Goodness on the Side! / Preserving / Savory and Splendid! / Vegetables

Oil-free Fresh Herb Vinaigrette

We started the planting of our garden a bit later than we normally do this year. Even so, it is amazing to watch everyday as the plants grow a bit bigger and buds and flowers start forming. It gets me excited for when we will be able to start harvesting the big things like tomatoes, … Continue reading

Ginger and Garlic Glazed Sweet Carrot Recipe {For Canning}
Dairy Free / Egg free / For the Holidays! / Fresh Produce / Goodness on the Side! / Preserving / Savory and Splendid! / Vegetables

Ginger and Garlic Glazed Sweet Carrot Recipe {For Canning}

I tried my hand tonight at canning carrots. I have canned salsa, spaghetti sauce, cucumbers and okra in the past…but never carrots! I suppose I have canned all of the others because you can get by canning those items with a water bath. When canning carrots though, a pressure canner is needed. Fortunately for me, … Continue reading

Roasted Corn {Easy to shuck with NO SILK remaining!}
For the Holidays! / Fresh Produce / Goodness on the Side! / Preserving / Savory and Splendid! / Vegetables

Roasted Corn {Easy to shuck with NO SILK remaining!}

With summer sneaking up on us, there are bound to be many corn on the cob eating sessions to ensue. I love eating corn on the cob. I love the taste and the crispness of fresh sweet corn. There’s nothing quite like it. You see, I grew up in central Illinois. I don’t know if … Continue reading

Whole Wheat Tomato Basil Bread
Baking Goodness! / Dairy Free / Goodness on the Side! / Savory and Splendid! / Snacks / Using Freshly Ground Flour

Whole Wheat Tomato Basil Bread

My post today originally appeared on the Grain Mill Wagon website and was inspired by me wanting to break the mold of my go-to whole wheat bread recipes. If you want to read my original post on the Grain Mill Wagon site click here {but I can assure you it is pretty much exactly the … Continue reading