Homesteading Link Up and Sun Dried Cherry Tomatoes

The weekly Homesteading Link Up allows us to share our knowledge, progress, skills and stories about our own homesteads. Everyone is invited to link up – whether you have a balcony garden or hundreds of acres; whether you have been at it for years or are just getting started.

Featured Post: How to Use Cherry Tomatoes: Sun Dried Tomatoes

From Nichole’s Modern Homestead: “I think the cherry tomato is the one plant that is guaranteed to provide you with a bountiful harvest. While everything else in my garden is refusing to produce because of the drought, the cherry tomatoes just keep on chugging! This year I planted Large Red Cherry Tomatoes. These things are ginormous! There was no way I could just use them for salads, so I had to come up with a way to use them up.” Check out Nichole’s method for drying cherry tomatoes in the oven. They look delicious!

Link Up Your Post!

What to link: any of your posts from this week that are about any homesteading topic: gardening, cooking, preserving, sewing, raising animals… This is a very broad topic! I would love to have everyone share the button on their own blog posts and visit some of the posts that have linked up to help us build community and learn from each other.

One of the links posted will be selected to be featured next week, with an excerpt and a link back in the Homesteading Link Up post. *Since there was no link up last week, please feel free to link any posts from the last two weeks!*

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4 Responses to Homesteading Link Up and Sun Dried Cherry Tomatoes

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  3. Thank you so much for featuring my post on Sun-Dried Tomatoes!

  4. HI. I am hoping that raising (and teaching) kids is also part of homesteading so I included my link. This is a very cool site and I look forward to more visits. Have a great week and thanks for hosting!
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