a delicious breakfast meal, loaded potato hash from Little Mountain Ranch

Crafting a Delicious Breakfast with Our Loaded Potato Hash Recipe

Hi Friends!  You are likely here from my latest video “Delicious Loaded Breakfast Hash, Scotch Scones | Mini Farm Tour” about one of my top breakfast meals from my Family Cookbook, Potato Hash!  Or maybe you found this a different way, if that’s the case you should definitely check out


Our Three Favorite Fall Recipes at Little Mountain Ranch

Hey friends! Fall is a time of year I absolutely love, the leaves, the colors, and most of all the hearty food! At Little Mountain Ranch, we love the flavors of fall with recipes that have been cherished through generations. Fall to me is hearty stews, delicious baked goods, the

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A Year in Our Pantry: Little Mountain Ranch 2023 Pantry Tour

Hey there, friends! Today is an extra special day as I welcome you into what is the end result of the journey we’ve been sharing with you on our YouTube channel over the last 9 months or so.. Every year, I look forward to sharing one of my favorite videos,


Food Preservation Tips for Beginner Homesteaders

Hello fellow homesteaders, I’m Chelsea, and I’d like to welcome you to the Little Mountain Ranch, where we embrace the values of self-sufficiency, grow our own produce, and preserve the bounties of our gardens. Food preservation has become an essential skill for us, ensuring we have access to nutritious and


1933 Pennsylvania Dutch Bot Boi Pot Pie

1933 Pennsylvania Dutch Bot Boi Pot Pie A wonderful subscriber sent me a cookbook cover filled with newspaper clipping and handwritten recipes from the 1920s and 1930s. When we were looking through them, we came across one for a Pot Pie, called Bot Boi, which I decided to try. I


Creamy Chicken Penne

Creamy Chicken Penne Ingredients 3 chicken breasts, sliced thinly into strips1 green pepper, sliced thinly into strips1 red pepper, sliced thinly into strips1 large red onion, sliced into strips3 cloves garlic, minced1/2 cup sundried tomatoes in oil, sliced into strips, oil reserved1 quart canned tomatoes, chopped, with juice1 Tbsp Italian


1930 First Prize Sandwich

My husband gifted me five beautiful vintage cookbooks. We’re having so much fun cooking out of them and learning about the previous owners of them. One of the books, ‘The Art of Cooking and Serving’ by Sarah Field Splint had several recipes that had been clipped out of the newspapers



How to Deal with Cabbage Moths

Cabbage moths are the bane of anyone who wants to grow brassicas. They are little white moths who lay eggs on the underside of the


Growing Garlic

We are getting to the time of year when the produce starts coming out of the garden in earnest. So far, we are harvesting greens


High Tunnel Greenhouse Growing

One of the challenges to gardening in the North is that we not only have a short growing season, but we often have chilly springs


How to Harden Off

It is the season for hardening off plants to get them ready to be planted in the garden. If you’re anything like me, it’s probably