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Grow Microgreens Indoors this Winter

This post is sponsored by UncommonGoods, an online company committed to selling handmade, recycled, and organic products. For this past month of November, I participated in a 28 Day Gut Reset and Replenish You Challenge by Aviva Romm. As part of the challenge, I cut...

An Advent Book List for Children – 2016

It's Christmas time again and I couldn't be more delighted to share our Advent book list! Each December, I like to intentionally set most of our school books aside and dedicate our studies to Advent, the coming of Christ. We'll continue in our math lessons, copywork,...

Salsa Verde made from Green Tomatoes

Friends, we have recently moved to a new home in the city and my heart couldn’t be happier. It’s not the country like our hearts anticipated, but it’s a lovely home with a large kitchen (YAY!) and plenty of land to continue in urban homesteading. I feel like I spent...

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This post is sponsored by UnitedHealthcare. All opinions are my own. Thanks for supporting the brands that support My Humble Kitchen. Guys, I'm writing for the first time from my new (to me) home! Our homesteading dreams didn't turn out exactly the way we had planned...

3 Books Every Homeschooling Mother Should Read

By now, the lot of us that begin our homeschooling days around a traditional school calendar are steadily swimming into the depths of reading, writing, and arithmetic. We're finding the strokes that suit us best and the ones that can carry us along to the other side...

Isaiah’s Pickles

... every age has its long tiresome journey. Sometimes it is an endless lurching over miles of dry grass and sunflowers, and the breaking of raw prairie sod. And sometimes it is an endless fighting for the peace and comfort of fellow men. - Bess Streeter Aldrich, A...

Hi, I'm Diana.

Hi, I'm Diana.

I’m a mother of three, proud wife, and humbled daughter of God. I find such joy meeting with Jesus in my organic garden. My comfort is in the kitchen where I cook nourishing foods for my friends and family. My passion is in wellness and forever learning how to live a life in good health. Here at My Humble Kitchen, I share what I learn as we all do our best to live a life that promotes health and wellness. I love connecting with people on facebookpinterest, and instagram.

Seasonal Recipes

A Good Soup is Only as Good as its Broth and a Lentil Soup Recipe

Fall isn't one of my favorite seasons as it reminds me, much too often, that winter is coming soon. However, although it's not my favorite season, I still appreciate the comforts that it brings after a hard working season in gardening and urban homesteading. One of...

The Best Zucchini Recipe Ever – Zucchini Crust Pizza

I've had a tremendous zucchini harvest this year. For the past four weeks or so, I've been harvesting this many zucchini every few days. I've been using them in any way that I can. I chop them up and throw them into any and everything that I'm cooking, I eat them raw...

North Festival: Home Cured Gravlax

This is a sponsored post for NORTH Food Festival. Thank you for reading about companies that I support. It’s a blessing to me and allows me to continue developing recipes and sharing content for you to enjoy. Have I ever mentioned how much I adore Julia Child.  Yes,...

A Recipe for Traditional, Mexican Chile Rellenos

Chile Rellenos were one of the first foods my Mexican grandmother, Mita, taught my mami to make when she moved to the United States from Spain. Since most of the ingredients she was used to cooking with were not yet available in the U.S., my mami started learning many...

A Late Summer Recipe: Turkish Pilaf

One of the things I love about Mediterranean cooking, especially in late summer, are the abundance of recipes that use nightshade vegetables which include tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant. Eggplant is a common vegetable that many people do not like. I know this because...

A Summer Skillet Meal: Red Peppers, Zucchini, and Eggs

August and into September are my favorite summer months as far as growing vegetables are concerned. This is because the nightshades (eggplants, tomatoes, and peppers) are growing in full force. Well, in most homes. Mine still have a way to go. Can you believe I have...

A Nourishing Dessert: Gluten Free Coconut Custard Cake

I'm over at Keeper of the Home where I've opened up my heart and decided to share some personal struggles in my life right now. Through it all, God has proven himself faithful to my family as he continues to provide simple, nourishing food. We've purchased all our...