This recipe for Swedish Potato Bread has been passed down in my family for more generations than I can count. It is a family tradition to serve this at our Thanksgiving table, but it brings comfort to me any time of the year. Read more at Fresh From Home for the family recipe and the […]
I love the wonderful smells that permeate my home and escape my windows to the outdoors tantalizing the men as they work. For me it is a “Simple Pleasure” being good to my family and pulling at their heart strings by means of their bellies! 🙂 We purchase our raw ingredients in bulk and no […]
What better way to spend a Friday evening than watching serious cyclists going all out around a two or three block area downtown? Every April the “Mississippi Gran Prix” brings such cyclists from all over to our fair city to compete in various types of races, and these folks are serious, and they are incredible […]
Canning foods you grew and harvested yourself is exciting and rewarding. After canning, you have rows of colorful jars lining your pantry ready to be enjoyed at any time. Just like any other food, however, home canned goods do not last forever. Use this guide to help you determine if your canned goods are safe […]
Money is the most envied, but the least enjoyed. Health is the most enjoyed, but the least envied. — Charles Caleb Colton
If you are new to raising chickens for meat or eggs like we are, it can be a daunting experience to know where to start. Here is a great resource we found that covers all the basics of how to get started.