This is really great news for sustainable farming in Bastrop County! One of the new programs encouraging more young people to become active in producing food here in Bastrop County. It’s in Elgin right next to the school on land that was under the plow just before the school was built.
Hi All 🙂 You might have noticed that the posts here on Granny’s Vital Vittles have slowed down considerably in the past few months. Rest assured all is well in my part of the world, just have tons of projects going on in my work life leaving me little time for my hobby blog unfortunately.
What if I told you that you could learn a handful of recipes and be able to makes hundreds of different things all from your own pantry? No more hunting around for recipes that match what you have, no laborious detailed meal planning, just simply walking into your kitchen and starting to cook? Sound too [read more …]
Last week I released my first meal plan as a free download for anyone signing up for my mailing list. The meal plan has a page devoted to getting started with the plan but that is necessarily brief, so I wanted to share a few more thoughts with everyone on how best to work the [read more …]
This funny sounding cookie is believed to have originated in New England in the 1800’s. So not only did your grandma likely eat these cookies, but your great-great-great grandma may have had them too! Supposedly the older recipes used cream of tartar and baking soda to make the cookies rise, while the newer recipes just [read more …]
If you’ve been making most of your buttered vegetable side dishes on the stovetop according to The Granny Plan well, here’s a new twist for you in the side-dish department! If you have just a little more time at home and can wait for something to bake in the oven this kind of recipe will [read more …]
This set-it-and-forget-it crockpot meal is sure to please the guys in particular this fall. But then who doesn’t enjoy a hot steaming bowl of comforting chili on a cool night! In a nutshell all you do here is brown the meat on the stove, add the remaining ingredients and pour into your slowcooker. Then turn [read more …]
Nothing says fall than the smell of apples and cinnamon. It makes the entire house smell warm and comforting. These ‘baked’ apples are simple, throw it all in the crock pot and have a fresh warm dessert ready at dinnertime. Served with vanilla ice cream, it’s like apple pie with out the crust. This recipe [read more …]