I made these today for lunch, and they are fast, easy, cheap, and DELICIOUS! Ted just loves these. Ingredients 2 small cans tuna, drained 2 eggs @ 3/4 cup breadcrumbs 1/2 onion 1 Tbl mustard 1 tsp lemon pepper Salt & pepper to taste Mix it all together well and form it into patties (about … Continue reading Tuna patties recipe
Someone typed out these recipes by hand almost 50 years ago. The cornbread is to die for!
...because we're still working on adapting something that's super old to something that's brand new, and that threw a kink in the whole thing today (January 1st) ! Tomorrow, though, there will be after pics because Ted and Isaiah figured out what to do and just have to get the piece needed.
There are two big projects in the works today at the farm. I'm so glad to get these things done! This hallway won't look the same soon... ...and neither will the kitchen!!! After pics will be posted tomorrow!
Ted spent a couple of hours outside in the drizzly cold weather today; he got a hay bale for the cattle, brought a bag of pig feed up for the pigs, fed the chickens (again), slipped the pigs, and raked our driveway, Gramma Izzie's driveway, and the church's driveway with the tractor. He wanted a … Continue reading Quick and spicy dinner
Today, a recipe for Apple Cider and Bacon Pork Chops came across my newsfeed on Facebook. I had all the ingredients so decided to give it a try for dinner tonight. Everything was going well until I realized the kids drank all the cider and didn't tell me! I improvised with chicken broth, and it … Continue reading Yum!
After dropping the puppy off to meet her new owner, we headed to a local auction. This wasn't the auction we normally attend on Saturday nights. This was a real auction with tons of tools and antiques. Unfortunately, there were no farm items there, and the two items that I was interested in went very … Continue reading Estate auction – woohoo!!!
It was rainy all day Thursday so Ted couldn't do much outside. He bought a little sandblaster for the air compressor so he decided to try it out in the garage. I have had a stack of my Great-grandma Bertha's cast iron pans for a few years. I found them in Gramma's old garage. The … Continue reading Blast to the past
The ingredients are quite simple. You start with 3-4 boneless skinless chicken breasts. Mix together 1 teaspoon cumin, 1 teaspoon sea salt, and 2 teaspoons chile (ground chile peppers...not cayenne but very similar...I got mine at Jungle Jim's in the Indian spices section) powder. Coat the chicken with this liberally. Fry the chicken in 1/2" … Continue reading Best chicken recipe ever!