Every brunch needs a good mimosa: that perfect bubbly flavor with the spice of orange. It goes without saying that if it’s a delicious drink, it will only be better as an ice cream! For this mimosa ice cream, the champagne is added right before churning, which helps retain the effervescent flavor. If you want
The second week in July means it’s time for Ice Cream Week: the most wonderful time of the year (besides Christmas, of course). Since I’ve been celebrating this month for a few years now, I love to create themes to help me become inspired for new flavors. This year, each flavor is based on a
The Fourth of July is all about summer: outdoor picnics around the barbecue, big slices of watermelon, fireworks and of course a refreshing drink. White sangria checks all the necessary boxes. It’s fruity, bubbly and best served ice cold. My white sangria comes together fast, which is perfect because you’ll need to make a few
Dinner time can be difficult. Most days, I spend my time working at my nine to five day job or toiling in the yard for what seems like a few minutes, but in all reality is numerous hours. Suddenly it’ll be seven in the evening and I won’t really feel like making a meal. To
Except for a few college years, I have always lived on a farm. Growing up, we spent every summer day outside, well after a little morning-time TV. Many times it was some cartoon watching, but pretty soon I found Martha Stewart Living and from then on I was hooked. Each morning I would watch what
I’ve come to realize not everyone grew up with rhubarb at (almost) every meal. From early May through June, that’s exactly what we as a family did! And, ok, I’ll admit it: I’ve lived in a “farm life” bubble much of my life and just assume others have too. Growing up, we ate whatever was
The idea of a weeknight dinner is very different for me now than when I was growing up. Mom always made a meal consisting of a meat, potato and vegetable. There is nothing wrong with that but I find myself looking for quicker and often lighter dishes that use produce I have in the garden.
Everyone loves a pie. Not everyone makes a pie. Let’s be honest, we all picture a wonderful grandma spending hours in the kitchen making and baking a pie. Definitely a quaint scene, but seems too time consuming, right? Well, I feel like my new life mission is to convince others that pie can be easy