Homesteading is a Leap of Faith

How Homesteading is a Leap of Faith | Three years ago we moved to the country with little, if any, experience in country living. While our country home was being built, we spent a significant amount of time reading up on necessary skills. Months later, when the moving van pulled into the gravel driveway, we thought we knew what lay ahead. We had no idea. | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Three years ago we moved to the country with little, if any, experience in country living. While our country home was being built, we spent a significant amount of time reading up on necessary skills. Months later, when the moving van pulled into the gravel driveway, we thought we knew what lay ahead. We had no idea. [by Jenny Cazzola]

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Tea {even in a small space!}

How to Grow Your Own Herbs for Tea {even in a small space} | Herbal tea is easy and rewarding to grow yourself. Many tea herbs are easy-to-grow and do well in pots and small spaces, so you can enjoy delicious home-grown tea year-round. Although you can make tea out of almost any herb, here are five (plus one more) of my favorites for both large and small gardens! | TraditionalCookingSchool.com

Herbal tea is easy and rewarding to grow yourself. Many tea herbs are easy-to-grow and do well in pots and small spaces, so you can enjoy delicious home-grown tea year-round. Although you can make tea out of almost any herb, here are five (plus one more) of my favorites for both large and small gardens! [by Andrea Sabean]

Ten Things to Think About When Buying the Land for Your Homestead

While there are many things to consider when purchasing an acreage, here are ten important things that we learned (some the hard way) along the way. TraditionalCookingSchool.com

When we began to consider our move to the country, purchasing land was intimidating. Neither of us (my husband nor I) had made that kind of purchase before. While there are many things to consider when purchasing an acreage, here are ten important things that we learned (some the hard way) along the way. [by Jenny Cazzola]