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Kitchen How-to

Get started making great meals with help from these cooking methods and tutorials.

3 Edible Mushrooms To Forage From The Woods
Supplement your farm produce with wild-growing mushrooms that can be found on your farm’s back 40.

7 Edible Weeds Growing On The Farm In Fall
Venture to the outskirts of your land this season to forage for autumn-blooming wild edibles.

Clean and Refurbish Cast Iron
Learn how to clean cast iron and refurbish a rusty, old cast iron pot to a shimmering black, useable kitchen cookware.

Sew a Heartfelt Pot Holder
Need a gift for the home cook who has it all? A handmade pot holder sewn in their favorite colors is a creative way to bring warmth into their kitchen.

The Community Table
Celebrate your local bounty with a potluck meal of regional fare.

Diary of a Class: Food Gifts, Friendship--and a Trip to Remember
In John C. Campbell Folk School's class about food gifts there's much to learn about expanding your horizons, both culinary and geographically. Read one student's diary about a trip to remember.

3 Ways To Harvest Honey
One of beekeeping’s great joys is harvesting honey—here are three methods you can use to get your hands on that golden nectar

8 Tips to Harvest and Store Radishes [Video]
One of the biggest benefits of radishes is their ability to keep in storage for long periods of time. Get the longest keep time out of your crop with these tips.

Eat This: Safe Foraged Foods Guide
Why pass up the green and blooming bounty around your homestead that many count as weeds or decoration: Make something to eat instead!

Sorghum: More Than A Sweetener
Participate in a long-held tradition of milling sorghum cane into syrup with this step-by-step guide.

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