Learn to pickle cucumbers the simple way so you can make the best dill refrigerator pickles you’ve ever had. I promise they’ll be a big hit with everyone. You’ll use up your garden bounty and you won’t have to spend all day in the kitchen!
Something to do with food, be it diy, natural, homemade, etc.
Malabar spinach (Basella alba [or rubra]) is a climbing vine in a class by itself. Though it’s not a true spinach, it has the same taste as regular spinach. Other common names include Vine Spinach, Red Vine Spinach, Creeping Spinach, and Ceylon Spinach.
Summertime calls for cookouts, long days at the pool, and refreshing summer drinks! There’s something so uplifting about sipping a sweet and tart lemonade or a glass of something fizzy. Store bought drinks are full of sugar and artificial dyes, so let’s look at 3 healthy and refreshing drinks that are simple to make at home!
Rose hips–the fruit from the rose bush–are one of my favorite herbs to work with. They’re full of vitamins and minerals and are great DIY beauty projects. In the kitchen, use rose hips to make syrups, jellies, and pies. And for DIY beauty you can use them to make anything from facial toner to body lotion!
Most people who grow sunflowers do so to harvest the seeds. Sunflower seeds or sunflower oil are a big deal and how cool to grow your own. But did you know there are many other reasons to grow the sunflower? Here are several other reasons you may want to grow sunflowers in your yard.
Red clover: a natural remedy for arthritis and asthma! It can be used in tea, as a flour additive, added to salads, added to soups, and even as a vitamin supplement! You can also pull the individual flowers from the flower heads (like when you were a child) and add them to rice dishes and casseroles.
I make reusable, washable, DIY bags because the store-bought bags aren’t always washable once soiled. There are many ways you can make these DIY bags–with or without a sewing machine–and I love using them in place of the plastic bags at the store!