Do you know what you’re having for dinner today — or “supper” as we say here in Wisconsin? Don’t panic if you don’t know. You’re not alone. Up to one [ … ]
Talk about the trifecta of travel. Make farmers’ markets a priority on your travel agenda and you save money (no admission fees), go green (most markets showcase seasonal, sustainable agriculture) [ … ]
Lesson number one about trading urban living for rural Green Acres: You give up that perpetual buffet of authentic ethnic food options. While just about half the U.S. population lives [ … ]
As mid-January rolls in, those traditional New Year’s health resolutions fade away: Loose ten pounds, get fit, etc. Why? Deprivation sucks. Our food loving community here at Eat Drink Better [ … ]
Here’s the Homemade Irish Cream recipe from our Inn Serendipity B&B cookbook, Edible Earth. Cheers!
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/v/07vtMJgp0no&hl=en_US&fs=1&]First Lady Michelle Obama cultivated a fresh vision heard around the world when she initiated a kitchen garden on the White House ground last spring. But don’t think that as [ … ]
My roots and love for Wisconsin run deep, ever since we traded the Chicago urban corporate scene for organic farming and sustainable living on our rural farm and bed and [ … ]
Don’t call me Scrooge, but it took me till my thirties to confront the fact that I don’t honestly like most traditional holiday foods. Gingerbread? I’d prefer chocolate any day. [ … ]
As turkey wafts the air this week, it means only one thing to me: the scents of all holiday baking to come. But how does our green and frugal focus [ … ]
As we head into the Thanksgiving season, all eyes (and mouths) fixate on that key holiday ingredient: food. From turkeys to pumpkin pie, Thanksgiving gifts us with a list of [ … ]
As the colder November winds start to blow here on our Wisconsin farm and B&B, Inn Serendipity, I feel a breeze of bittersweet. As I look at the pumpkins, potatoes [ … ]
My bookshelves creak with the weight of my amassed food preservation resource collection. As we grow over 70 percent of our food needs on our Wisconsin farm and B&B, Inn [ … ]
These roasted root vegetables are a simple way to enjoy fall’s bounty.