Category Archives: Recipes

Pumpkin Soup…

It’s technically still fall but the temperatures the last few weeks have felt more like January.  Lows in the teens and highs in the upper 20’s and low 30’s.  Brrr… I getting cold just thinking about it or maybe its … Continue reading

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Pumpkins…

It’s that time of year.  Thanksgiving is only a couple of days away and I’m in the mood for pumpkin.  But before I can start all my pumpkin baking, I need to roast a few pumpkins and make lots of … Continue reading

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Homemade Granola

The kids love to help out in the kitchen especially with baking. This simple granola recipe is so easy to toss together and delicious.  Samuel  and I made some and he loved all the measuring and dumping.  I think he … Continue reading

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Coconut Snowballs…

The boys helped me make these delicious treats.  Chill well before hot little hands help make them into snowballs as the coconut oil melts quickly. Ingredients: 1 cup shredded coconut, unsweetened plus a little more for rolling balls in for topping 1/4 cup honey 2 tbsp virgin … Continue reading

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Kefir Biscuits

Buttermilk biscuits is what most commonly comes to mind when one thinks about baking fresh biscuits. But unless I have just finished churning some cream and have the resulting butter and buttermilk, I don’t regularly have buttermilk on hand to use.  One … Continue reading

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Artistic Food Storage

This is an interesting take of food storage.  It is an artists take on some traditional ways to keep food fresh with out a refrigerator.  Check out the article Saving Food From the Fridge

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Favorite Chicken Recipes…

We finished processing the chickens this week so this weekend is the last chance to pick up some fresh chicken.  Frozen chicken is still available too.  With all this delicious fresh pastured raised chicken filling our dinner plates, I thought I … Continue reading

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Garlic Scapes….

I love all garlic.  The more the better in my book.  So I don’t wait around until the cloves are ready to eat, I enjoy my garlic patch year around.  Early spring brings green garlic, which is garlic before the individual … Continue reading

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Fresh Veggies…

Isaac and I have been out working in the garden on this windy spring morning.  I have freshly picked veggies for sale today on the farm and tomorrow morning at the market.  Available for your dinners this week: lettuce, kale, … Continue reading

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Topical Kefir Smoothie

I love making smoothies. The weather this week has been cold and cloudy and that put me in the mood for a little topical sunshine. This smoothie recipe makes a lot, but I like to make a batch and drink … Continue reading

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