Recipes Side Dishes Dilly Beans Recipe, Small Batch A good green bean harvest meant we could feast on dilly beans this year. This was our first season of pretty good success with beans. At least in our eyes. Success looks different to different people. Let me explain that last year we were only able to save 11 ounces of beans… carefully packed away… Read More → Jalapeño Poppers on the Homestead Jalapeño Poppers, with or without the heat. When we lived in Arizona, we had access to heat, both in temperature and in foods (especially jalapeños). We ate with friends who would joke about spicy foods- “That’s not spicy! That’s like toothpaste!” We’ve had deep fried jalapeno poppers with oozy yellow cheese from restaurants- this is… Read More → Jalapeño Popper Cheese Ball Jalapeño jackpot makes a tasty Jalapeño Popper Cheese Ball At the end of the summer, our garden struck the jackpot with jalapenos. I preserved Cowboy Candy, prepared Make as you Go, Pico de Gallo, and made Jalapeño Poppers near the end. The Jalapeño Poppers got me to thinking about incorporating these flavors in a different… Read More → Make as You Go, Pico de Gallo As summer’s end brought inconsistent weather, autumn stepped in, and we began to bring in less and less tomatoes. This just about puts a damper on canning tomatoes. We had too many to have for just sandwiches, but not enough for major preserving… What can you do? Use the tomatoes for a refrigerator jar of… Read More → Candied Jalapeños Recipe Call it “Candied Jalapeños”, “Jalapeño Candy” or “Cowboy Candy”, it’s just yummy! Our nephew’s family joined us for a gathering and brought a tray, a block of softened cream cheese, and a jar of sliced jalapeños in a sweet, clear syrup, and dumped it over the cream cheese. There were crackers and tortilla chips to… Read More → Summer Squash Pickles Recipe Summer squash is plentiful, how ’bout some pickles? We have never had much luck growing squash. It seems we’d get in 3-5 and then the leaves of the plant would start looking diseased, shrivel, and die. Year after year. We could have said, “We just can’t grow squash,” or we could just keep trying to… Read More → . sign up for email updates, videos, exclusive recipes & more! ! ! SUBSCRIBE — Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again. Recent Posts This is why you don’t name your chickens How to grow a garden through plastic sheeting Gardening: In A Coronavirus Crazy World, Control What You Can Control A Cat Finds A Homestead Dilly Beans Recipe, Small Batch CategoriesCategories Select Category Animal Adventures Breakfast Breakfast Chickens Cookies Desserts Eat Your Vegetables Farm Life Garden Gluten Free/Wheat Free Homegrown Thanksgiving Challenge How To Inspired to Try Let’s Get Growing Orchard Recipes Recommendation Side Dishes Turkeys Uncategorized Urban Gardening Videos Videos What’s for Dinner? Archives Archives Select Month May 2020 April 2020 October 2019 July 2019 May 2019 April 2019 March 2019 February 2019 January 2019 December 2018 November 2018 October 2018 September 2018 August 2018 July 2018 June 2018 May 2018 April 2018 sign up for email updates, videos, exclusive recipes & more! ! ! SUBSCRIBE Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again.