Cheddar Herb Biscuits

These cheesy herb biscuits are a great savory addition to any meal. 0

Cheddar Herb Biscuits

So we’ve made tortillas, bread, sweet scones, and cookies, but we have yet to make those flaky, buttery, cheesy, herb-acious biscuits that we all love. Thankfully, cold rainy days mean more days in the...

Cardamom scones make for excellent breakfast snacks. 0

Cardamom Delights

Cardamom is one of the less common spices in our homestead, but I think it is quickly becoming one of our favorites. Cardamom has a subtle spicy, herbal, and citrusy flavor. It is used...

Rosemary focaccia bread is a staple at our homestead 0

Rosemary Focaccia Bread

Every week at our local farmers’ market, I admire the baked goods, especially the breads. I have always favored the focaccia, which were topped with sweet and savory ingredients that made the perfect breakfast...

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Pear Butter

In addition to an abundance of pumpkins, we have also found ourselves with a prolific pear harvest this fall. Aside from snacking on pear slices and pear spice muffins, we found a great way...

Pumpkin muffins made from homestead pumpkins, eggs, and honey. 0

Pine Street Pumpkin Muffins

Fall is here! And so are the pumpkins! At the Little House on Pine, we have found ourselves stock piled with sugar pumpkins from the backyard and huge jack-o-lantern pumpkins from fall festivities. While...

Marinated steak on the dehydrator quickly becomes Pine Street jerky. 0

Pine Street Jerky

Perfect for the trail, a campfire dinner with quinoa and veggies, or just snacking around the house. Pine Street Jerky Print Recipe CourseBreakfast, Main Dish, Snacks and Appetizers Servings Prep Time 10 servings 15...

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Pomegranate Chia Pudding

A few years after I planted my first pomegranate tree, it started to flower in a trumpeting red frenzy. My honeybees took note, and BAM—huge red orbs draped down like oversized ornaments. I fell...

The sweet and spicy kimchi takes advantage of seasonal fruits. 0

Fruit Kimchi

An addictive combination of sweet and spicy makes fruit kimchi a favorite dish on Pine Street. In Wild Fermentation, Sandor Katz describes how the sweet fruit melds with the sharp kimchi flavors, making for a surprising and...

Basic supplies for making yogurt: mason jars, milk, starter yogurt culture. 0

Making Yogurt

Making yogurt at home saves money, reduces plastic, and keeps a staple probiotic food in the house. Nourishing Traditions recounts research that the lactobacillus acidophilus bacteria in yogurt strengthens resistance to allergies. I make...

Gently stir the kefir to separate the kefir grains from the cultivated milk. 0

Making Kefir

My passion for fermentation started with kefir. I first heard about kefir in the 2010 documentary The Whole Truth about Raw Milk, and shortly thereafter began buying quarts of it from an Amish farmer....