Amy Jeanroy

Cooking and writing have been my constant companions ever since I was a small child.

My earliest memories are of my grandparent's garden and watching my grandfather clean fish for our meals. Every bite of food was wrapped in love, and I carry that with me to this day.

My writing is all over the place. For frugal and home cooking- mom stuff, visit The Farming Wife. I blog over at Eartheats.com, about wildcrafting and growing food on our family farm, and Herb Gardens about everything herbal.

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March 30, 2014

Making homemade candy bark with jelly beans seems to be a natural combination, don't you think? We love creamy white chocolate, and it makes the jelly beans taste so much better. Just be sure to...

March 30, 2014

Toasted Tropical Marshmallows

Perfect for any occasion, these 5 Must Have Homemade Marshmallow Recipes would make a welcome Easter alternative to peeps. Make them for your little bunnies, or just a grown up alternative to the...

March 30, 2014

Every year, we try to convince our readers about the beauty and deliciousness of rhubarb. This Rhubarb Sorbet will surely win you over. It has the natural tanginess of rhubarb, combined with the...

March 30, 2014

We found an adorable way to serve eggs eggs to the family. Make everyone's favorite Angry Birds characters into yummy deviled egg treats. How fun! 

March 30, 2014

deep fried stuffed mac and cheese balls

Deep fried food is always a win, but just imagine deep fried mac and cheese balls, stuffed with anything that suits your fancy! If you thought this was an epic marriage made in deep fried heaven,...

March 30, 2014

We love to feature rainbow foods here on Foodista. They are playful and fun to see, but someone always asks about eating so much food coloring. Luckily we found a beautiful recipe for rainbow pasta...

March 26, 2014

This Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Leg of Lamb would make a spectacular feast for the holiday. It is surprisingly easy to make, and will fill your home with the mouthwatering scent all day.  If...

March 26, 2014

These stuffed rice krispie Easter eggs are a fun way to celebrate the holiday. Make them for your own little chefs, or make and wrap in colored cellophane for a quick and easy gift or bake sale item...

March 26, 2014

Remember the candy filled chocolate Easter eggs that you used to get as a child? Now you can make them for your own family, with this easy to follow video.  Fill them with jelly beans, or even...

March 26, 2014

This traditional Easter cookie is one that every 4H cooking member has tried. They are simple to make and so sweet! We wanted to share these with you, perhaps you could make them with your little...

March 25, 2014

There is something so special about baking for children. Your little chef's are going to just love these Easter Bunny cupcakes waiting for them in their lunches. We wanted to just eat them up...

March 25, 2014

It's never too early to practice making Easter treats. In our kitchen, this can be weeks before the holiday. We consider making this Easter cookie pizza, as taking one for the team. You know,...

March 25, 2014

The only way to improve on waffles, is to eat them for dinner! We love these cornbread waffles. They are savory and yet still have a bit of that breakfast decadence about them. Add a piece of amazing...

March 25, 2014

Celebrate International Waffle Day (not to be confused with National Waffle Day in August), with these warm, spicy Pumpkin Bacon Waffles. We love eating them hot or at room temperature, because BACON...

March 23, 2014

Fig and Honey Cheesecake

Taste the flavor of decadence, when you make this lovely fig and honey cheesecake. Made with wonderful goat's cheese, your tastebuds will dance when they experience the combination...

March 23, 2014

We just love this cooking channel called: Depression Cooking, because Clara is so sweet and interesting to watch. She makes recipes from her childhood, and they all look delicious. It's hard to...

March 23, 2014

Warm fig and goat cheese salad

This salad is the perfect marriage of salty and savory, crispy and creamy flavors. Delightfully fresh greens of arugula are coated with a berry balsamic glaze, with warm figs nestled on top. Each fig...

March 23, 2014

Nettle ravioli

Spring is the season we foragers have been waiting for. Nettles are coming up  everywhere, and these fresh spring greens make the perfect addition to pasta dishes.  Hank Shaw, of Honest...

March 23, 2014

Dandelions welcome spring with their bright, sunny blossoms. Those who know about fresh, delicious food, welcome dandelions as one of Nature's first fresh foods of the growing season. Enjoy this...

March 23, 2014

With spring knocking on our door, it's time to turn to something a little healthier to start the day. We love coffee, but this Roasted Dandelion Root Coffee alternative is a delicious...

March 23, 2014

Ice cream means a sweet treat for certain, yet it can also be an exquisite way to engage your tastebuds. Try this grown up recipe for savory sage and sweet brown sugar ice cream. It is a...

March 23, 2014

The sure sign that spring has finally arrived in Maine, is the appearance of the lovely fiddlehead ferns in the market. This recipe for Fiddlehead quiche is a delightful and perfect  way to...

March 23, 2014

The sure sign that spring has finally arrived in Maine, is the appearance of the lovely fiddlehead ferns in the market. This recipe for Fiddlehead quiche is a delightful and perfect  way to...

March 23, 2014

Spring rolls celebrate the new season by bringing crunchy, juicy, healthy flavors together into one perfect bite. Spring rolls are easy to make and so tasty. 

March 22, 2014

Lemon reminds us of the brightness of a spring day. These lemon poppyseed muffins are delightful and sweet. They are a great way to start the day, or simply a fun celebration that the long winter is...

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