Let’s face it. The modern kitchen isn’t built for the homestead lifestyle. Even after several renovations, my relatively small kitchen requires several key tools to create maximum functionality. If you’ve ever wondered the key items I simply can’t live without, well today is your day. From dutch ovens to wooden spoons and everything in between, load up on these simple tools to make your daily food preparation a breeze.
Some highlights from the episode:
- Why cast iron is a must have
- Spoon Butter: What it is and why you need it
- The true workhorses of my kitchen
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Kitchen Inspiration and From-Scratch Cooking Tips:
- Salt: the Unsung Hero of Your Homestead Kitchen (podcast)
- Demystifying Grocery Store Ingredients (podcast)
- How to Cook From Scratch When You Have Limited Time (blog post)
- Cook From Scratch (recipe archives)