Cowboy Candy is pickled, sliced jalapeños jarred in a sweet syrup consisting of ingredients commonly found in bread-and-butter pickles.
Cornpone is a baked or fried combination of cornmeal, water, salt, and fat with other ingredients added by pioneers and Civil War soldiers.
Mead, as you may already know, is an alcoholic drink consisting of fermented honey and water. Mead is also incredibly easy to make.
Pull-apart bread is bread designed to be easily pulled apart. You should be able to make it with ingredients you already have.
A crucial part of any camping trip is cooking over the fire using some camping and Dutch oven recipes. These have 5 ingredients or less.
No-bake oatmeal energy balls can be eaten anywhere while on the go, which makes them very convenient for a quick breakfast in the morning.
Shrub is a delicious probiotic drink that was popular in the 1700s and early 1800s. It’s also self-preserving, so it can sit out without refrigeration.
Homemade food always tastes better, and that includes pantry staples. If you’re looking to save money, here are twenty staples you can make at home.
Making your own immune-boosting gummy bears is easier than you think. All you need is some gelatin, elderberry syrup, and gummy bear molds.
IF you don’t have any yeast on hand, try these bread recipes that don’t require yeast. Even the novice bakers can handle these simple recipes.