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Tagged With: bake

Making Money on the Homestead – Cottage Laws

There are so many ways to make money on the homestead, which is great, because so many homesteaders are striving to be independent and off the grid, not tied down to the “rat race” in any way. One of the most common is through “Cottage Laws,” which enables the sales of homemade food goods. Cottage … Continue reading »

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Cooking from Scratch is Scary

Cooking from scratch is scary, or at least I used to think so. I’ve often told the hubby that I married him because he can cook (he used to cook in restaurants.) I can bake. I’ve been baking since my early teens and my mom decided at that point I was the house baker (except … Continue reading »

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Christmas Cookies Without Excess Sugar

Ah, the holidays. That time of year that everyone moves up (*out) a belt notch. The hubby doesn’t like really sweet desserts, and we both enjoy the traditional holiday seasonings. You know, cinnamon, allspice, cloves, ginger…. all that good stuff. So when I volunteered to make cookies for our church’s Christmas service, I decided to … Continue reading »

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Fresh Pineapple Cheesecake

Fresh fruit in Alaska usually isn’t cheap. Even here on the main road system. Out in the Bush where everything has to be flown in? Forget it. Prices are sky high. Fresh pineapples are usually in the $4 range each here in our little town, but this last week, they’ve been on sale for $1.49. … Continue reading »

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Fairy Garden Party Fruit Tarts

My cousin asked me to make fruit tarts for her little girl’s third birthday party. We spent a few weeks prior sending pins to each other on Pinterest of all the cute ones we found. I ended up mixing and matching different styles and ideas to come up with a tasty recipe and cute fruit … Continue reading »

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Old Fashioned Cast Iron Skillet Berry Cobbler

It may only be the middle of August, but underneath that warm heat from the sun, there’s a fall chill in the air. It’s coming quickly! It’s almost time for hot chocolate, cozy sweaters, fires in the woodstoves, hearty stews, pumpkin-flavored everything… In preparation, I used the huckleberries I gathered on our last boat trip … Continue reading »

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Healthy Mixed Berry Muffins

My cousin is not a baker. She’s a cook. She’ll be the first to tell you that. Give her ingredients and watch her toss them together, add spices, taste, and adjust as necessary and whatever she makes will be delicious. But when she needs a cheesecake, she asks me to make it. So when she … Continue reading »

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Homemade Tea Scones

My grandma had an old recipe for Scottish Homemade Tea Scones that she got from a 1960 English Magazine, which according to her note on the recipe card, she had been making for over 30 years. (She lived in England for a couple years.) It seems like this was one of the earliest recipes I … Continue reading »

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Homemade Baked Frittata

Ever since our chickens started laying, I’ve definitely been eating more eggs. Then I discovered frittatas and my egg consumption went through the roof. I’ve always been a fan of baked eggs and a fan of one pot meals. Put the two together and I’m in heaven. My homemade baked frittata usually consists of whatever … Continue reading »

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Modern Danish Kransekage-Christmas Tree Cookies

Now that Christmas is fast approaching, I decided to go ahead and make my version of the modern Danish Kransekage, a star shaped Christmas tree made of cookies. Did you see the rest of our Danish Christmas? See it here! Kransekage is a Danish and Norwegian (kransekake) tradition for special occasions like weddings and baptisms … Continue reading »

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