Little House on Pine

Savory carrot souffle: delicious and nutritious. 0

Savory Carrot Soufflé

What on earth should you do with all of those carrots? Carrot soufflé, of course! We found this awesome recipe on the Primal Palate and have adapted it to what you see below! We...

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...

Homemade ramen noodles add substance to soups and stir fries. 0

Homemade Ramen Noodles from Scratch

Noodles bring springy delight to the simplest of broths. Homemade ramen noodles are easy and fun to prepare, and avoid the TBHQ of the industrial-produced variety. Homemade Ramen Noodles from Scratch Print Recipe Servings...

Horseradish in bloom. Permaculture guild with cherry tree. 0

Horseradish

With sweetly scented flowers that attract pollinators and pungent leaves that confuse pests, horseradish makes a great edible necklace around fruit trees. An easy-to-grow culinary plant, I harvest the leaves to use in making...

Freshly roasted almonds crack and hiss as the steam releases.

How to Sprout Almonds

For a few years as a vegetarian, I turned to almonds as a source of protein. While I’ve since exchanged vegetarianism for diverse local foods, almonds remain one of the few faraway foods that...

Little House on Pine okra plant. 0

Okra

Okra makes an outstanding herbaceous canopy layer that provides light shade for interplanted annuals like lettuce and sweet potato, wind protection for peppers, and is certain to attract pollinators. Common Name: Okra, ladies’ fingers,...

Silicone baking cups used to freeze bone broth. 0

How to Freeze Bone Broth

I stored bone broth in the freezer by filling mason jars 3/4 to the top, till one day a thawing jar cracked and embedded tiny slivers of glass in the broth. Major bummer. But the mishap opened...

Little House on Pine - Peach Tree 0

Peach Tree

One of the first trees I planted that bore fruit, the peach tree presents striking spring blossoms and a bounty of fruit great for fresh eating… if the squirrels don’t get to it first....

The finished tortillas, strong and flexible. 0

Easy Homemade Tortillas

After making tortillas at home, you’ll never be tempted to buy tortillas from the store. Spend a couple extra minutes blending together the ingredients for a smooth dough ball for pliable tortillas that cook...