Your friends and family will love these soft sourdough potato rolls. They are such a treat warm with butter and jam and are only subtly sour. They are perfect for holiday dinners or special occasions, and they aren’t difficult to make from scratch.
If you love warm, fresh kettle corn at the fair or farmer’s market, you’ll love learning how to make old fashioned kettle corn at home! It’s so easy to make with simple ingredients, and such a special treat.
I’m excited to share this recipe for lacto-fermented sliced jalapeno peppers. Lacto-fermenting by preserving vegetables in a salt-water brine is a useful, old-fashioned homemaking skill to learn. The process is actually so easy and satisfying to do at home, and no canning is required.
More than just a recipe, this is a tried-and-true method for making a long-fermented artisan sourdough bread that you’ll be proud to share with your family and friends!
Amazingly, you only need four ingredients: flour, water, sourdough starter, and salt.
Lately, our family has been enjoying these banana muffins with a mouth-watering crunchy topping of finely chopped nuts and raw sugar. There really is no better way to enjoy banana bread.
Leanna is a second-generation homeschooler, wife, and mom of three. Welcome to the blog, Aberle Home! Stick around for inspiration, recipes, and how-tos for the home and homeschool!
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