The trick to these is to remember you can fill an egg roll or wonton wrapper with anything. We’ve done St. Patrick’s day wontons with corned venison, cabbage and carrots shreds and dressing. We’ve done taco-style egg rolls filled with leftover taco ingredients! Interested in making your own? This recipe for DIY egg rolls is […]
This homemade coffee liqueur recipe can be prepared and dispensed into bottles for gifting or enjoying yourself in an hour. It is a simple recipe that my mother has used for years and this coffee liqueur is delicious both hot or cold in a variety of mixed drinks. It also is easily doubled and is […]
This post will share with you a wonderful homemade cocktail resource, the author of “The Thinking Girls Guide to Drinking” Ariane Resnick, and her tips for preparing healthful, homemade cocktails.
Lilacs are arguably the most lovely, fragrant, and iconic springtime flowers. This post will share how to make a simple syrup to add fragrance and flavor to tea, cocktails, and more in short order. I will also explain why the syrup is NOT a pretty purple color.
One of our favourite special dinners is when we make Japanese Chicken. It’s zingy and just dang delicious. If I have a lot of chicken pieces, I just double the sauce recipe. The secret with this dish is to be sure to baste it several times. Since we raise meat birds, we often use our homegrown […]
Why do we farm? homestead? Chop wood? Bake bread? Because its in our roots and hard work brings out appreciation for those things we have. Join us on our farm blog this week as we take you through some history of how we got to where we are and the philosophy behind why we do […]