Growing sunflowers–and these other plants–for birdseed will draw goldfinches, titmice, blue jays, cardinals and other birds for your enjoyment during the cold winter months.
Edible roots are in harvest! Medicinal leaves and flowers may be gone, but that doesn’t spell the end for fresh medicinals. It’s time to focus on our medicinal roots.
This shrimp linguine recipe is a simple way to use up the last of your fresh herbs, and it’s a nice break from all the turkey leftovers we’re bombarded with this time of year!
This homemade oatmeal bath soak helps ease dry winter skin without all the chemicals in the expensive commercial bath products. Two soaks and my dry skin was gone!
This cranberry sauce recipe is a delicious, naturally-sweetened way to bring this staple Thanksgiving side dish to your family table with confidence. And whether you love it or hate it, at least you know it’s wholesome.
I love using herbs in my homemade soaps. They add texture, scent, and many benefits for your skin. Most herbs can be used in making soap, but there are some that are better than others.
This homemade Jojoba shampoo, made with Jojoba oil, is excellent for dry hair and scalp, and works great on scalp eczema. We love this recipe in our house!
This green been casserole recipe is healthy, delicious, and of course made from scratch! Ditch the canned cream of soup, the “crispy tinned onions,” and treat your family to a delicious, homemade, from scratch recipe this year!
Sassafras root used to be heavily harvested, but confusion led to a lower use. Let’s take a look at what it is, what it’s good for, and a yummy Sassafras Chai recipe!
The benefits of African Black Soap are known far and wide, so let’s review them and go over the process for making it ourselves so we can maximize its effectiveness and enjoy the results first hand.
Let’s make a homemade dusting solution with reusable wipes so you can control the ingredients, save money, and stop throwing out all those expensive disposable dust wipes!
Paper making is easier than you think! Make homemade paper for your holiday and greeting cards using your junk mail, a blender, and a few other simple tools.
A natural decongestant in the form of pennyroyal tea! The flavor is minty, though different than peppermint or spearmint, and hints of earthiness help mellow it out.