In the following video, I demonstrate how to make an amazing root vegetable soup. This soup settles well on a weak stomach and warms a person from the inside out, helping to bust a fever. (Recipe Below Origin Story) Origin Story Years ago, I moved to a new location for a teaching job. I was … Continue reading Home Cold and Flu Remedy…French (Basque) Penicillin Soup
Sushi, people love it or either hate it. We were never big Sushi fans during most of our marriage. Given the choice of a juicy grilled sandwich at Whole Foods or a roll of Sushi, sandwich would win almost every time. That was until we learned how to make our own Sushi. Now every few … Continue reading Making Sushi on the Homestead
Growing up and visiting my Grandparents was always something I looked forward to. My grandma was a wonderful cook and the family always gathered at my grandparents cabin in the Santa Cruz Mountains in California. One thing I remember Grandma serving was her clam dip. Everyone enjoyed it and it did not last long. It … Continue reading Grandma’s Amazing Clam Dip
There is nothing like home made pizza. A couple years ago I was watching a video from Homestead Blessings. ( By the way, The Homestead Blessing Videos are a wealth of good traditional information) This video was about making bread and one recipe presented was a pizza bread recipe. I thought to myself, I am … Continue reading Chicken Pesto Pizza has become a Webber Family Friday Night Favorite
This last year I was on the hunt for a good, moist, chocolaty, brownie recipe. I tried many different recipes and finally found this Fudge Brownie Recipe. I have made it for many of our friends as a dessert and served it with our home made ice cream, which my husband makes and is absolutely … Continue reading Fudge Brownies – Think Ouside the Box
Now that Spring has sprung and with the days getting warmer, we are not using our wood cook stove much for heat. Last night was the first fire we have had in over a week. As a result, I am now using our propane stove for cooking and baking. When we were building our home, … Continue reading Raspberry Cream Muffins at the Farmers’ Market at Sandpoint
Sturdy, durable, heavy, and oh, so useful, is what I think of when I think about my Dutch ovens. I use mine often. I find myself making soups, stews, and what I call “one dish wonders” with my Dutch ovens. They work great on the wood cook stove too. I have the 5 Quart and … Continue reading Dutch Ovens are the BEST, and my Moroccan Chicken cooked great in it!