Spicy dill refrigerator pickles. Easy pickle recipe that anyone can do. No pressure canning needed.
One thing I started doing was using the scraps from our veggies to make homemade vegetable broth. Vegetable broth is packed full of minerals and nutrients and acts as the base for soups, stews, and sauces.
There was a time when I spent the winter months feeling sluggish, often with chapped lips and a runny nose. I wasn’t good at taking care of myself and giving my body the support tools it needed when stress and illness ran high. Over the past few year I’ve gotten better about looking after my health, so I wanted to share a few of the winter wellness remedies I’ve learned along the way.
Cranberry sauce is one of my favorite holiday dishes to eat, and also one of my favorite to make. I love how the cranberries cut through the heaviness of all the other dishes and add a gorgeous pop of color.
Since the weather is starting to cool down, it is the perfect time to pull out the crock pot and whip up some chicken soup. This soup has a handful of herbs and root veggies that are supportive of the body and gives it that earthy feel.
One of my favorite sauces to add to tacos is this creamy roasted peppers and cilantro sauce. Cilantro and lime are one of my favorite flavor pairings, and I love the kick that the roasted peppers add.
This effortless slow cooker Italian sausage tortellini soup is an absolute favorite in our house. Tortellini can be a bit pricey when feeding a large family, but adding it to soup make a little go a long way, and throwing it in the crockpot saves a lot of time. | PNW Pixie
June is possibly one of my favorite months of the year. I may be a bit biased since it is my birthday month, but some of the best things pop up in June, including strawberries! This week we took a trip to Spooner Farms to indulge in the last week of strawberry picking. I was …