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Prairie Kitchen

“I really love to cook. It is my favorite creative endeavor as I get to reap the rewards by watching my food nourish my loved ones. I can cook almost everything. I say “almost” because I seemed to be the only person in America who was not able to make sourdough.”

- Melissa, Back to the Prairie

We’re working on some exciting NEW products based upon Melissa’s beloved kitchen essentials, shown below - some of which will make you smile as they are sure to evoke fond memories from the past!

Hadley Pottery pieces have been in Melissa's family for years. Each piece is unique!
Field Company Cast Iron Skillets: A great cast iron skillet should be the pan you reach for most often...
The iconic CorningWare Spice of Life Casserole dishes - a prized possession from the 1970s.
Melissa found these vintage cross stitch towels, framed them, and now has them displayed in her kitchen.
Even though this is an antique, we can assure you that the spices and herbs used in Melissa's cooking aren't!
Chicken linen design that's in the works.
Her chickens lay fresh eggs daily
Melissa's decoupaged some of her cabinets with magazine articles from the 1960s - they are thematic (cooking recipes, baking, cocktails).
The Butter Bell: Keeps butter at the PERFECT spreading consistency!
Vintage Ceramics
Cat Studio's printed NYC towel with an homage to beloved landmarks and activities.

A few of our favorite recipes from Melissa’s book,

Back to the Prairie

“That pinch of sugar is the magic.
Seriously. If this sandwich doesn’t make your tongue jump out of your face and slap you on the back of your head, I’ll eat my hat.”

- Melissa, Back to the Prairie

“That pinch of sugar is the magic.
Seriously. If this sandwich doesn’t make your tongue jump out of your face and slap you on the back of your head, I’ll eat my hat.”

- Melissa, Back to the Prairie

“When I make fried chicken, I always make a few extra pieces to ensure I have some leftovers to nosh on the next day.”

- Melissa

Melissa Gilbert shares her favorite recipes from the pantry. Not comfortable as a pantry cooker, Melissa learns how to survive the Coronavirus from canned goods to hamburger helper.

Melissa and Tim reminisce and revel in the memory of all they've cooked and eaten during the quarantine, and all they can't eat now that it's time to go back to work and shed the COVID 19 (weight gain pun intended). We're eating and cooking more healthy...and invite you to join the journey. Join Melissa in the virtual kitchen with her Little House Inspired "My Prairie Cookbook"