So every year we get this weed growing in our yard. This year I thought I would try making a wreath out of it. Not sure how well it's going to hold up because I've never made a wreath before. It looks pretty awesome though doesn't it?
So today I tried coconut kefir for the first time ever. We purchased it from the little farm store we frequent. It's made by a small company called Ancient Awakenings in Woodstock, Ga. What is kefir you might ask? Read more to find out.
Aloe can be used for all kinds of ailments other than a sunburn. Did you know the the outer skin is a popular laxative ingredient? There is more to this hardy plant then we give credit.
This is such an easy recipe I don't know why I didn't start making it sooner. If you have a gazillion spices like I do, then there's no reason to buy spice packets again.
This is by far one of my favorite meals. The crispiness of the skin, oh so juicy meat, yum, yum, yum! The combination of lemon, garlic and rosemary is out of this world. This recipe can easily be adapted to use in a slow cooker so you don't heat the whole house up. You just won't get the crispy skin.
Is your garden overwhelmed with root vegetables? These veggie chips are packed with so much flavor, I wish I would have made more. Read more to see this easy way to get some more vegetables into your diet.