Spike Carlsen says building is a lot like cooking. His Flowerpot Smoker combines the two into one ingenious outdoor gadget.
The getting-to-know-you process can be tricky for chickens. Here are tips for integrating new birds into your existing flock.
Let's flesh out the details of making home brew. Lesson number one: proper sanitation is vital to a tasty batch of beer!
It takes hours to boil maple sap down to syrup, but with the help of his decidedly low-tech maple syrup evaporator, Michael Bell is up to the challenge.
Are your birds looking a little disheveled? Not to worry -- It's molting season.
Just because you rent, don't have a backyard or move every year doesn't mean you can't compost. Here are some creative ideas for making your own portable bin.
While many loathe factory-produced Peeps, these homemade morsels are a surefire hit!
Salt and ketchup aren't just for fries anymore. Gourmet ketchup and artisan salts are a couple of items that are the future of food.
You can make your own healthy pickle relish without sugar, artificial color, or high-fructose corn syrup.
Have extra homemade goods to share? Swap them with others who share your passion!
It's good for breakfast. It's good as a snack. It's good for dessert. You can find any number of uses for this homemade granola.
How does one sun-dry tomatoes? Easy - the same way you dry herbs from your garden.
You can either plant your cuttings in soil right away or place them in water until they grow roots. Either way, growing your own herbs from cuttings is easy!
There are inventive ways to avoid all the store-bought dyes and chemicals when you're coloring eggs this Easter. It’s fun to do it yourself - and it's science!
Shake off the not-quite-warm-enough blues, throw on a couple of layers, and get your heaps in order because planting season is just around the corner.
With all the recent sprout recalls, people are hesitant about getting them at the store. Not to worry!—they're easy to make at home.
If you want to keep your "home, sweet home" sweet and close to home, here are some simple ideas to get away from using cane sugar.
If you are just getting started making your own fermented food, you may want to consider one of the most commonly known foods: Sauerkraut.
People have been making their own beer for over ten thousand years. Now, with attention to sustainable practices, homebrewers are going green.