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Come and listen to my story ’bout a man named Jed a simple pioneer, who kept his family fed
New, just out on DVD!
The Art of Quilting by the West Ladies of Tennessee
With warmth, hospitality, and southern charm, the West ladies offer great insight, encouragement, and…
Continuing our pictorial peek into life here on the urban homestead. As for the previous entry with the fish: FYI, we won’t be naming them anytime soon in case…
The nettles that Farmer Sergio brought over a few weeks back are a fermenting in rainwater –…
Our rural homesteading friends, ladies in Tennessee are back! Sharing their homespun homesteading skills with another collection of how to videos.
With warmth, hospitality, and southern charm, the West…
Though winter is still lingering (there’s a huge storm set to pound the LA area this weekend!), it’s canning time again!
What’s in season is citrus and what’s on the…
The Jr High School “Harvest Homesteaders” canathon finished up today.
This time around we made up a batch of peach jam and spiced apple sauce.
Jordanne & I gave a hands on canning workshop at a local girls high school today. Seven enthusiast girls made a batch of delicious strawberry jam which will be…
Come into the Urban Homestead’s kitchen this time of year and there’s blood splattered everywhere – pomegranate “blood”
Canning can become an addiction – seriously. Once you mastered the art, canned your own homegrown or local foods…