Easy, frugal, and filling. The best type of meal! I especially love this one as using the Instant Pot makes it hands-off while you tend to the farm.
It’s soup season! Time to for some warmth and nourishment from simple-to-put-together meals so we have time to deal with all that still needs to
There is something about a cozy bowl of wild game stroganoff, with its savoury broth ladeled overtop of mashed potatoes or noodles, that just hits
While sometimes I love the process of chopping, saute’ing, crafting a meal…some days Mama just needs to feed the people, and throwing this all in
Instant Pots have a magical keep warm setting that means you can make your mashed potatoes hourssss in advance and they’ll be perfect when you’re ready to serve them. No last minute mashing, struggling for oven space or worse- cold mashed potatoes.
Cipate is a hearty and filling hunters dish made in one pot featuring rabbit but you could also try making it with grouse or chicken!
Most hot apple cider recipes call for long simmering of apple juice and whole spices, but this shortcut in time is no short cut in flavour!
Whether you’re making a single mug of hot chocolate, enough to serve a whole crowd, or a refreshing glass of chocolate milk in the summer you’ll want to have a jar of Hot Chocolate Mix on hand for all of your chocolate drinking needs!
Ham Bone and Pea Soup transforms a few, simple ingredients into such a hearty and delicious soup. The Instant Pot takes a recipe that used to simmer all day and gets it on the table in under 2 hours!
Grilled Potatoes is a quick way to use up leftover baked or Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes without heating up the house! Potatoes take foreverrrr to cook from raw on the grill but this way they’re done when your meat is (or sooner!) A grilled side dish couldn’t be any easier!
It’s not always possible to add bacon to homemade baked beans so I came up with a vegan version that tastes just as good! And you can make them in the Instant Pot, crock pot, or oven depending on which method works best for you!
When it comes to Butternut Squash Soup, I want simple, creamy and thick. Maybe too thick for some peoples tastes (but I’ll tell you how much broth to add if you want a thinner soup…) but it sticks to your ribs and is a party for your taste buds. This Creamy Butternut Squash Soup can be made in the slow cooker and features homemade sausage crumbles.