I'm horrible with posting their pics daily! These chicks have grown a TON in just nine days! They're like little dinosaurs! I cannot believe I didn't take the pics daily. Looking at them day in and day out, it didn't seem like they were growing all that much until I took one out to take … Continue reading Meat chicks, day 9
These are DELICIOUS!!! They're also very easy to whip up in just a few minutes, too. We were all very impressed with how tasty these were! I used this recipe. The only change I made was that I didn't have half and half when I made them so instead of brushing them with that, I … Continue reading Starbucks Copycat Pumpkin Scones Recipe
I've been making homemade bread almost every single day since the lockdown started here in Ohio. Ted loves loves LOVES homemade bread. He says it's his Kryptonite. I think cooking good food is my love language to him. The last few times I've made my mother-in-law's rolls, I've eyed that dough, thinking it would make … Continue reading Cinnamon rolls recipe
I see a lot of people complaining that they can't get bags of frozen french fries and other "convenience" foods right now. I can't help but notice that the produce section is pretty full of fresh fruits and vegetables...and then I realized that maybe some folks don't know you can make your own fries from … Continue reading Homemade French fries
I am enjoying cooking from scratch so much during this shutdown. Cooking is one of my favorite past times; I find it relaxing, and I especially like vintage recipes from the 40s and 50s. Tonight, I made fish, and I decided to make hushpuppies to go along with it. THESE ARE AWESOME!!! They taste just … Continue reading Hushpuppies – nailed it!!!
Once when I was a kid,, I heard an old lady at a church supper say, "There are two kinds of cooks at church suppers: the ones who bring biscuits out of a can, and the ones who bring biscuits made from scratch." LOL I want to be the type that makes the biscuits from … Continue reading Biscuit quest – try #1
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
Last weekend early on Saturday morning, I cleaned out an upper kitchen cabinet to see what was in it, use up food close to its expiration, and basically find something to kill a couple of hours. I saved two plastic egg cartons, and on Sunday, Jake and I added a little dirt to them and … Continue reading Tomatoes!!!
My baking table, ready for daily baking of all sorts I've found it!!! This is the perfect pizza dough recipe!!! I've tried several over the years, and with all this time to practice due to COVID-19 and self-isolating, I've tweaked my recipe over and over until I finally hit on the perfect combination of ingredients! … Continue reading Pizza dough recipe
What do we do when we are self-isolating at home due to COVID-19? We work on farm projects like crazy! Ted worked again all day on Sunday and finished the new coop and chicken yard for the flock. Our plan is to fence in a second huge chicken yard by fall so we can rotate … Continue reading The flock moved to the new coop!