First of all, let me say that I’m so glad you’re here.
I’m a wife to a loving husband, a mom to two sweet little girls, and a lover of food (especially chocolate). When I’m not cooking you can find me outside on our farm or chasing giggling girls around the house.
I’ve gone from eating out of a box to cooking almost exclusively from scratch, while raising two kids and managing our small farm.
This blog will provide delicious recipes, time saving tips, and information about the benefits of cooking from scratch.
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The recipes on this blog will always be quick to prepare with simple ingredients. And of course, they’ll be delicious. You’ll find a variety of recipes here, including:
- Gluten free recipes
- Dairy free recipes
- Sides and snacks you can make from scratch
- Quick and simple meals
- Dips and dressings from scratch
- Healthier dessert options
Time Saving Tips
Let’s face it. Nobody wants to spend half their day cooking. There are too many other important things to do. Like spending time with family and friends.
The good news is, you don’t have to! This blog will provide time saving tips so you can cook healthy meals from scratch, and still have time to spend time with your family, and enjoy life.
- Buy groceries online to save an hour each week
- Stock your kitchen with the tools that will save you time
- Save time by making tortillas with a tortilla press
Why Cook From Scratch?
One hundred years ago every kitchen was a scratch kitchen. Food traditions were passed down from generation to generation. Whole foods were in every kitchen, and many hours were spent preparing food each day. But not anymore.
Somewhere along the line, we decided that machines should make our food and it would be okay if preservatives, fillers, sugar, and chemicals were in our food, too.
The traditional methods of cooking have often been ignored in the foods we see on the shelf in the store today. Let’s take a few steps backwards to see where we went wrong. The first step is heading back to the kitchen.
What Do You Think?
No matter what brought you here, I’m so glad you’re here. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions you might have.
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