Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Full Year of Chaffhaye In Review

A little over a year ago, nearly a year and a half now, we started feeding Chaffhaye to our goats. I have been shocked at how many people had not heard of it, and also amazed at the number of … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts on Compost

A lot of us compost. It’s one of the first “green” or “natural” things people do, a form of recycling. Then we start gardening, and compost goes to a new level as we seek better soil for our fruits and … Continue reading

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Sick, but truckin’ right along

So, I’m sick. Sore throat, sinuses, typical cold. I still have lots to do, but I have vegged out as much as possible today. I had grand plans for blogging, but watched a movie with my boys instead. I got … Continue reading

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A Story from Childhood

I saw this photograph on Facebook this morning, and it brought up a river of memories and stories in my mind. I grew up on 20 acres, surrounded with fields of corn and woodlands. My Dad would hunt on occasion, … Continue reading

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Mocha Maple Goat Milk Ice Cream

¬†Tonight’s experimental desert was Mocha Maple Goat Milk Ice Cream, my own concoction, lol! Boy was it good! Here is the recipe, just pardon the lighting and all in the pictures as it was dark out and you really need … Continue reading

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Waiting for Baby Goats and more

I hate it…. waiting… It’s like everything is on hold waiting for the first baby goats of the fall. These will be our first fall babies, our first year with a full herd! It’s been a long time reaching this … Continue reading

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Gluten free Cookies for the Chocolate Lover!

I know I have been posting a lot of recipes lately, but it’s fall, and I love to cook when the weather turns colder! I found a recipe in a cookbook (“The Best Gluten-free Family Cookbook” by Donna Washburn & … Continue reading

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Hearty Red Lentil Soup

Everything I make is gluten-free, but gluten-free does not have to be expensive or grand, nor does it require any special ingredients most times. In fact, living without the bread products and flours is actually better for you! Here is … Continue reading

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Blessed by Community

My little community is growing, and yesterday was full of blessing from all. It was so very good to see in action how we are creating a local network of people who are actively working together in small ways to … Continue reading

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