Monthly Archives: March 2011

A Simple Dinner: Pot Roast

Pot Roast was one of my favorite dinners growing up. I think it mainly had to do with potatoes. I love potatoes. Opps! No potatoes in this one. I didn’t have any on hand, so when they guys sent me … Continue reading

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Zucchini Relish

In the winter of 2008 I discovered blogs. There was a great deal of wonderful information that was being shared and it was great (still is!) I came across a blog called Homesteading in Maine and that is where I … Continue reading

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Did I mention that we have deer in our neighbohood?

Did I mention that we have deer in our neighborhood?  I can’t remember if I have. When I tell friends (friends that don’t live in Texas) that we have deer around here, I know they just don’t understand. In Wisconsin … Continue reading

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Making Brown Sugar

Ever since I saw a post about making brown sugar over at Chiot’s Run back in February 2010 I have been making my own. What a neat thing and how easy! That is one of the things I like most … Continue reading

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The Mountain Laurels are in bloom

Purple is my favorite color (I like lots of colors, purple just gets the #1 spot). The mountain laurels are in bloom right now around here. They are simply beautiful. The scent is amazingly sweet. Some people will smell and … Continue reading

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Crustless Quiche

I used to make crustless quiche a lot when I had a local source for eggs. The local egg source disappeared and I got out of the habit is making the quiche. This is a very easy recipe and one … Continue reading

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Spring Planting

The past two years I have been trying to follow moon planting (I am not even sure that is the correct name for it). Friday and Saturday were the best days for planting above ground grown vegetables (veggies that you … Continue reading

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