We have been getting farm fresh milk from a local farmer for quite some time, and one of the greatest benefits from is the amount of cream that I skim off the top. Fresh cream is one of the most tasteful things about getting milk straight from the farm, and I am going to show you how to easily remove the cream from the top.
If I had to choose, it would always be wooden utensils and tools in the kitchen. Sustainable, beautiful and timeless. Here is why I love using wooden utensils.
Ready to get organized? Learn how to organize your spices and herbs with mason jars and pretty handwritten labels.
The simple tip to having quick and easy to peel farm fresh hard-boiled eggs, every single time!
Interested in the sugar-free lifestyle but unsure where to start? Here is my list of what to eat and not eat as I follow a sugar-free lifestyle.
I am so excited to finally be writing a post all about the details of what is in my pantry. The number one question I hear is, “what is in all those jars”. Well, today I am here to tell you, and I will be sharing some of my tips for keeping my pantry organized.
Learn how zero waste coffee can be a part of a sustainable lifestyle. The Camano Coffee Grinder is made in the USA by the Red Rooster Company. Buy your coffee beans in bulk, grind them yourself and use a reusable coffee filter.
Would you love to always have a clean kitchen? I personally love having a clean kitchen and today, I share my tips on ways that I manage to have a clean, neat and tidy kitchen throughout the day.
If you have been on my site for very long at all then you have probably figured that I really enjoy using wooden utensils in the kitchen. I love that all of mine have been made by family-owned shops and that each one was lovingly hand carved. Take a stroll through an antique store and one thing I am sure you can find is old wooden utensils. They are made to last for generations but they also need to be cared for so that they will last for years to come. Here are some tips on how I care for mine.
We are a family of six living in a very modest 1600 square foot home. When we moved into our fixer-upper three years ago, I gained the smallest kitchen I have ever had to use. It’s been a slow process to remodel and the only almost complete area is our pantry. I thrive on staying organized, living with what we need and making small space work perfectly for our family. Our kitchen is small and humble but I love working in this space and creating delicious meals for our family.
Join me today as I share some of my favorite tips for keeping our small kitchen space organized and how that helps to simplify life in the kitchen.