A fast re-cap of the not-so-fun goings on here at Budding Homestead throughout Spring and early Summer.
Treasuring the brief moments we have at home to soak in Spring. Here are some of the true markers of Spring for us!
With snow being a possibility for approximately 6 months out of our MN year (Nov-Apr, and we have had blizzards in May!), I needed to come to terms with winter. Here’s how I did it!
Hey friends! It has been a quiet last week on the blog for you, but the behind the scenes here has been quite busy indeed. As the first gardening season on this blog comes to a close, we’re organizing the content to make it more accessible to readers, old and new alike. Stay tuned for a fresh face […]
Lots of our nation could use some good old comfort food right about now. I’ve grabbed some squash from the garden harvest to whip up a warm and hearty Whole30 breakfast (We’re rounding the halfway point!). You can switch that squash out for baked or canned pumpkin, or sweet potatoes. Today I have been heavy as […]
Two weeks later, I’m still thinking about that pear tree. Man, that pear tree. My day started off with the usual, a cup of coffee, but also a not-so-usual slice of warm, brandy-caramelized pear galette. Yes, this was my breakfast, but hey, with the homemade ricotta filling, and grass-fed buttery, wholewheat crust, I figured it was a […]