Archives for September 2015

Ditch the Pasteurized and Go for Raw Honey

In a recent podcast (well, actually, upcoming, because I haven't released it yet - sign up for my email list to find out when it goes live), I expounded on my love of local honey and how lucky I am to live right down the street from a guy who makes his own honey. The main Continue Reading

Six Cool Folk Remedy Uses for Potatoes

For National Potato Month, I thought it would be fun to post an informative post about potatoes. I thought about publishing something on the history of the potato. But then my husband shared a tip with me he read the other day about using Vicks VapoRub to treat mosquito bites, Continue Reading

German Potato Salad

  I'm at least 1/16th German. My great-great-grandparents came over on a boat from Germany before my great-grandfather was born (my mom's mom's maiden name was Woehler). So, naturally, I'm drawn to all things German. I've had German potato salad before, but I hadn't had it Continue Reading

Potato Candy Cake Bites

    September is National Potato Month. As such, I thought it would be fun to celebrate with a bunch of potato recipes. The other day, for example, I posted a yummy potato soup recipe. I also wanted to feature a potato candy recipe because I remembered making some with Continue Reading

Crock-Pot Hammy Potato Soup

I've mentioned my Grammy before and how I inherited a lot of cookbooks when she died, but (obviously) I had another grandmother. She was also a fabulous cook, and I inherited a lot of her old cookbooks too. I was thumbing through looking for something to fix for dinner, and I ran Continue Reading