Food
Recipes and kitchen tips for rural America

Can Whole Peaches for Fresh Fruit this Winter

Peaches are one of the easiest foods to can at home. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, canned peaches are a fun, home-canning project.

Deep Dish Desserts

Across the world and throughout history, odd names show up for delicious, warm, fruity, deep dish desserts.

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Tomato and Avocado Egg Salad Recipe

Tomato and Avocado Egg Salad

Wondering what to take on the weekend picnic? Spruce up an egg salad with tomato and avocados.

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How to Make Homemade Sauerkraut and Fermentation Basics

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Family recipe collections make treasured gifts to pass from generation to generation. In Gooseberry Patch Keepsake Cookbook, families and friends hand down their most time-honored, cherished recipes to readers. From traditional favorites, such as Sunday Pork Roast, to blue ribbon desserts, such as Mile-High Lemon Meringue Pie, each of the 200 recipes is a trip down memory lane.

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Are you looking for simple ideas to save money? The Mother Earth News Guide to Living on Less has dozens of ideas to help you save money on food, housing and energy, while also living a greener life.

These strategies for living lightly are simple, satisfying and even fun. Here are a few of the articles you’ll find in this special collection:

  • For big energy savings that can also help you save money check out our “8 Easy Projects for Instant Energy Savings.”
  • Ready to start a garden, or make your existing garden bigger?
  • Read “Easy Garden Anyone Can Make” for an easy plan that will have you growing more vegetables in no time.
Find out how you can enjoy better tasting, more nutritious food and save money by reading “Cut Your Food Bills in Half.”

You’ll also find articles on food preservation basics, brewing your own beer, raising chickens in your backyard, building a home without a mortgage, and many other ideas for how to save money.

Get ready, it’s time to start living on less and loving it!

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