With the extra tree limbs and branches we have, we’ve taken to building simple Hugelkultur’s to create better garden beds. I will mainly defer you to other better sources if you’re interested in reading about the background on a Hugelkultur…. Continue Reading →
A simple way to create your own yogurt. Every 2 weeks we take a half gallon of milk and turn it into a few weeks of plain yogurt, see the video below for how it is made. Add 1/2 Gallon… Continue Reading →
We’re entering the fifth year of having chickens on the property, and have been getting eggs from the backyard nearly every day. Take a tour of our coop setup where we currently have 3 chickens and will be taking on… Continue Reading →
Ingredients: 1 Apple – skinned and sliced thin, with or without a mandolin (see note) 2 Eggs 1/4 of a Banana smashed – roughly 1/4 of a cup 1/4 C Milk – any type of milk or milk substitute 1/2… Continue Reading →
Spring is a good time to be splitting and transplanting perennials that have made it through winter to give them more space to grow and expand the spread of your gardens. Certain perennials have multiple uses and can be used… Continue Reading →
With the proper equipment, seeds, soil, trays, lights, and water you can get seeds started indoors 6-8 weeks prior to planting outside. Typically last frost around here is early to mid May, so late March we got some seeds… Continue Reading →
This is a super easy recipe to put together midday so it can cook during the day in your slow cooker. It’s vegetarian, could be made vegan and dare I say it, kid friendly? I really wanted to figure out… Continue Reading →
Join writer Jenny and Farmer Jim as they tackle the ins and out of Suburban Permaculture and cooking with homegrown foods. Their hope is to shape the constant growth and change of nature into a healthy lifestyle that includes nutritious eating and creating less of an impact on the world around them.