french onion chicken salad

Easy French Onion Chicken Salad

  Chicken salad is such an easy go-to here when I have leftover chicken and DO NOT want another bowl of chicken noodle soup.  It happens.  After years of making a boring “mayo-and-chicken” chicken salad, I found a solution:  French Onion Chicken Salad! I came upon this tasty concoction a couple of days after SuperRead more

homesteading blog love

Homesteading Blog Love #6

I don’t know about you, but this past week or so REALLY kicked me in the tush.  Big time. Do you turn to sweets when you get stressed?  I usually don’t – However, after seeing the latest recipe from Five Little Homesteaders, I feel that this sweet is exactly what I need:  Homemade Peanut ButterRead more

foolproof homemade mayo

Foolproof Homemade Mayo

Question:  Are you a mayo fan?  Good ol’ fashioned mayonnaise? I’ll be honest with you – I wasn’t.  Hated the stuff.   Until I tried homemade. But even that wasn’t easy.  I tried recipe after recipe after recipe.  They turned out too olive-y (olive oil mayo), too thin, or had a just plain too weird ofRead more

homesteading blog love - football

Homesteading Blog Love #5

I’m pretty sure I know what you’re thinking:  What the heck does homesteading have to do with football?! In this family, we love our homestead – and we love our Seahawks.  So it just seemed natural.  😉 In light of the big day today, I tracked down a few Superbowl foodie round-up posts – becauseRead more

homemade gummies

Homemade Gummies – Keep Your Kids Healthy and Happy!

I know what you’re thinking:  “Of course my kids are going to be happy if I give them gummies – They’re kids!  But how are YOUR gummies healthy?”   Let’s take a step back to what some of you may remember to be “fruit snacks” or “gummies” growing up.  Remember those little bags of jelly-ishRead more