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Monday, March 2, 2020

Welcome to Scratch Made Food!

Welcome to Scratch Made Food! & DIY Homemade Household. Where every recipe, kitchen tip, and other assorted magic is presented just for you. 

Because without you, this collection of shared recipes, tips, and the occasional funny story of a kitchen disaster in the making would be nothing more than notes on a yellowing pad of paper, just waiting to be discovered...


Welcome Scratch Made Food!, whole foods recipes!
Welcome to Scratch Made Food! 

In life we all get hungry. Plus we are all busy, with jobs, families, friends, sports, and hopefully a bit of time off for fun and relaxation. With that in mind, we will be offering recipes to not only fit your busy schedule but keep you supplied with delicious food to enjoy.  Recipes with easy to manage preparation time. Recipes with whole foods, made from scratch, that actually taste good. Recipes that can be shared for those times you have a helper in the kitchen. Recipes you will want to make again...

We are a Mother-Daughter team headquartered in the state of Montana, along the Bitterroot Mountains. We are a bread baking, jam making, garden growing, RV Traveling family. We menu plan for dinner time convenience, we have a root cellar for longterm storage, and we have hungry husbands to feed! Our family descriptions might not match, but we do have two areas where we do! Yes, we are also hungry, and busy. See we are definitely going to be friends! And you know what they say, friends don't let friends eat boring food...

For us all, our personal food philosophies are the driving force behind what we buy at the grocery store and what goes on our tables, at mealtime. You will never read about our way of doing things as being the only way, because hey, it's not! My way in the kitchen is for me, and your way is for you. Both are right! You may not want to bake your own bread, and that's OK. But if you do and have a question regarding bread baking, well bring it on and drop us an email!  We prefer delicious, easy to prepare scratch-made food with little or no kitchen waste. You will be offered our best tasting recipes, perfected for ease of preparation, to share on your table.


Whole food with delicious results, Scratch Made Food!

In our kitchen, we grind wheat into flour, baking and cooking with whole grains. We eat a variety of meat, fish, and dairy. And the truth is, we need to eat more vegetables than we actually do. We also get sick of cooking! And sometimes we eat out because cooking one more meal just might send us over the edge! See we really are alike...But usually, dinner is served, we dish-up, talk to one another, solve the world's problems, then wash some dishes. It is a routine looked forward to, a quiet moment in a busy day of work, commuting, and life.


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  1. I enjoyed reading your intro -- yes, sometimes we eat out so the cook (me) won't tip over the edge! I'll follow you on Facebook rather than add another email to the ol' inbox. :-)

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  2. Sounds great! Commuting, life and good food for sure, the best!

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    1. Hi Pam! Thanks for stopping by, I think this new adventure will be fun!

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  3. Thanks for sharing with us at Farm Fresh Tuesdays! Welcome to the family!

    Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead

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    1. Your "Welcome" post will be one of my features on this week's FFT Blog Hop! Be sure to stop by to see your feature and say hi! Congrats!

      Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead

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  4. Boy, grinding your own flour - dedication! Have a good week and stay safe. Cheers

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    1. Freshly ground flour was how I learned to love whole wheat/whole grain baking and cooking! Thanks for your kind words.

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  5. I'm impressed that you grind your own flour!!

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    1. Thanks, but to be honest, it is an electric mill, the hardest part is going down into the root cellar to get the 5 gallon bucket of wheat berries! But I have embraced whole grain cooking and baking 100% with fresh flour (finally!) and now do not see myself turning back. Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. This looks so great! I have been making a fantastic gluten-free banana bread lately, and now we consider it a staple in our home! Hopping over to visit from the Homestead blog hop. Have a great week and be well.

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    1. Thank you! And thanks for stopping by, I appreciate it!

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