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.
Pineapple relish is incredibly versatile and easy to prepare. Try this relish as an alternative to cranberry sauce with your holiday dinner – it pairs wonderfully with meats, adds lovely color, and Continue reading
One of my kitchen helpers loves cherries, and helped me put this recipe together. The resulting cookies were fantastic, and have earned a spot in the regular rotation of Crowded Earth Kitchen’s after-school snacks. We hope you enjoy these as much as we do!
Ingredients (Makes about 4 dozen) Continue reading
When I planned to bake with the munchkins today, I imagined them busying themselves with simple drop cookies while I tackled something new to share with you. We’d listen to Christmas carols, everyone would have fun, and we’d tidily check that holiday activity off of the “things we’re supposed to do” list. Except it didn’t exactly Continue reading
Happy Holidays, friends!
After a brief hiatus, we’re back with a whole new batch of delicious recipes to enjoy. Today’s recipe is a guaranteed winner for whatever December throws at you – cookie exchanges, holiday parties, or a simple but thoughtful gift for your next door neighbor. These aren’t ordinary gingersnaps, friends – these are AMAZING! The secret is in Continue reading