How to Make Horseradish

How to Make Horseradish

At the farmer’s market this morning, I bought a large root of horseradish. Actually, I only bought half of the piece, because it didn’t smell that spicy, and I was worried it would be too mild. Isn’t it lovely? Making ground horseradish is pretty important 

Hot And Spicy In The Kitchen: Making Horseradish

Hot And Spicy In The Kitchen: Making Horseradish

At the farmer’s market this morning, I bought a large root of horseradish. Actually, I only bought half of the piece, because it didn’t smell that spicy, and I was worried it would be too mild. Isn’t it lovely? Making ground horseradish is pretty important 

DIY Rice a Roni Mix

DIY Rice a Roni Mix

I have a burning desire to always put food up. No matter if it is canning, freezing, dehydrating, or simply layering into canning jars for the pantry, it is one of the foremost things I worry/think about, when I have time to muse. I have 

The Farming Wife Cooks A Tongue

The Farming Wife Cooks A Tongue

Oh yea, I went there! Why not make it? We have a few in the freezer, and this week we could really use something for sandwiches. If you are brave or curious enough to try it, here is what you do: Rinse the tongue and 

People – Start Your Canners

People – Start Your Canners

All the work, the sweat and the cursing has come to pass. Now my garden is giving back. Every morning and night, as I walk the rows, veggies seem to ripen before my eyes and finally, we have fresh produce. I love all the things 

The Farming Wife Makes Spaghetti Pie

The Farming Wife Makes Spaghetti Pie

8 oz angel hair pasta1 cup ricotta(I use my goat cheese)1 can tomato paste(6 oz)1 cup tomato sauce2 tbsp butter1/3 cup Parmesan cheese1 lb ground beef or sausage2 eggs Cook pasta, strain and mix butter,eggs and parm until blended. This is the bottom/sides of the