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Beef Barley Soup (Slow Cooker) from The Food Charlatan // This soup is simmered on the stove or in the crock pot all day to produce the richest flavor. Shredded carrots and potatoes give it great texture.

Beef Barley Soup (Slow Cooker) - simmered on the stove or in the crock pot all day to produce the richest flavor. Shredded carrots and potatoes give it great texture. : The Food Charlatan

Beef Barley Soup - rich, satisfying, comfort in a bowl. A hearty and delicious soup, loaded with beef and veggies and full of fiber.

Soup Beef Barley Soup - rich, satisfying, comfort in a bowl. A hearty and delicious soup, loaded with beef and veggies and full of fiber.

This homemade pesticide recipe is CHEMICAL FREE, all natural and easy to prepare. 5 effective ingredients together and your plants will be free of pests.

2 Whole Garlic Heads (Separate and peel the cloves) 2 Tablespoon Turmeric powder 2 Tablespoon Cayenne pepper (Or use any other hot pepper variety) 2 Small Squirts of Dishwashing Liquid 3 Cups of Mint Leaves (Sprigs included) 12 Cups of Water

There are so many Cinnamon Uses in the kitchen but did you know it is so useful in the garden that it can transform your garden into lush and healthy place.

Deter ants, propagate plants, kill mushrooms and fungus, heal blemishes, all around healthier plants.

Best ever no-cook play dough recipe- The Imagination Tree

no-cook play dough recipe- The Imagination Tree 2 cups plain flour (all purpose) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil cup salt 2 tablespoons cream of tartar Up to cups boiling water (adding in increments until it feels just right) food colouring (optional)

A crispy treat with a briny, sweet surprise hidden inside- these Fried Olives with Garlic Aioli are the perfect finger food for your next gathering. Growing up I hated cucumbers. Turns out 30 years later, still totally loathe them. That probably explains there almost total absence on this blog. I[Read more]

A crispy treat with a briny, sweet surprise hidden inside- these Fried Olives with Garlic Aioli are the perfect finger food for your next gathering. Growing up I hated cucumbers. Turns out 30 years later, still totally loathe them. That probably explains there almost total absence on this blog. I[Read more]