August 16, 2023
Homesteading, Part 2

This is a guest post by David Ford. You can find Part 1 here. So here we are, well into our journey to become full-time homesteaders. We have been working…

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July 13, 2023
Homesteading, Part 1

This is a guest post (and a photo of regenerated soil) by David Ford. My family and I are well into our first year of transition from living in the…

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June 20, 2023
A Quick Guide to Cooking Shellfish

Summer is a great time to enjoy some shellfish, whether that’s in a lobster roll, a traditional seafood boil, or some lovely grilled shrimp. In this article, we’ll talk about…

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October 4, 2022
Dutch Oven Basics

As the weather cools we might be thinking more about comfort foods, particularly those that can be made low and slow in something like a traditional Dutch Oven. Dutch Ovens…

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July 25, 2022
Summer Eats: Gazpacho

We’re pretty much in the middle of summer now and we’re all searching for ways to keep cool. One way to keep your kitchen (and your meals) cooler is to…

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February 24, 2022
An Intro to Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Even if you aren’t a restaurant connoisseur, you’ve likely heard of the iconic Michelin rating system. No – we aren’t talking about the tires. We’re talking about the Paris-based company…

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December 7, 2021
That Cast Iron Life

We recently spoke about gift-giving principles, but a gift you can easily give yourself is that of a cast-iron pan.  Not sure how they work or what to keep in…

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July 21, 2021
The Gents Guide to Slow Coffee

Most people do not associate the word “coffee” with “slow.”  In fact, many people want a cup of coffee to be made as quickly as possible so they can start…

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