Intimidated by home brewing? Get your feet wet with a very basic cider recipe. This foolproof cider uses store-bought juice, regular cane sugar and raisins. The only specialty item you'll need is a single pouch of champagne yeast.
The amount of salt, monosodium glutamate (MSG), and hydrogenated oil (trans fat) store-bought bouillon contains just isn’t something I want to feed my family. Why make a soup from scratch only to then add a highly processed ingredient?
Staghorn sumac has been consumed by North Americans for centuries, yet it is usually considered an undesirable and noxious weed by today's consumers. It's time to give this beautiful berry its rightful place in our local cuisine.