As hearty meats go, spare ribs are pretty economical. Spare ribs have enough fat to be very tender and flavorful when properly prepared, and are widely available for Continue reading
Most store-bought popsicles are made out of corn syrup, artificial colors, and artificial flavors. Meh. You can purchase healthy, 100% fruit pops, but you’re going to pay dearly for them.
Why not just Continue reading
Here at Crowded Earth Kitchen, we nurture a big garden every year. Planning begins in late winter with seed sorting and dreaming, followed by starting indoor transplants in very early spring. As seedlings Continue reading
Easy Cinnamon Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts, and it only takes about 10 minutes to prep for baking! It’s a comfort food from my mother’s kitchen, and I’m sure you’ll find it delicious. Happy baking! Continue reading
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This is a vintage post, but seasonally appropriate and lots of fun. Don’t spray toxins on your lawn… let those dandelions grow au naturel! The beautiful golden color and early summer fragrance of dandelions attracts bees, providing life sustaining nectar this time of year. Bees are HUNGRY in May and June, and if we want them around to pollinate our fruit orchards and vegetable gardens later in the season, we had better provide them with something to eat right now.