My kitchen is my favorite room in our home, and this is my favorite spot in my kitchen. I make a fresh pot of coffee every morning now that I'm home again (shout out to Ted for making me coffee and handing it to me every morning all school year!). Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, coffee … Continue reading Anybody want coffee?
I've talked before about the old recipe collection that I purchased at a flea market , and the other night I was looking for a good biscuit recipe when I thought to look through the binders. I found several but decided to try the Rose City Biscuits. This recipe was super easy to make. Biscuits … Continue reading Rose City Biscuits
Have you ever heard anyone say, "Things just aren't made like they used to be!"? It's true. They really aren't. How many times have you purchased something, and it ran just fine until the warranty expired - and then it fell apart within a couple of months? Well meet one of the things I've had … Continue reading This old ironing board
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
Practicing self-isolation to flatten the curve of COVID-19 is working out well for our farm; we're getting all sorts of things finished on our weekends and some in the evenings after working from home all day! While Ted worked all weekend on the new coop (here and here), I undertook a few small projects of … Continue reading Great-Grandma’s old table gets a new purpose