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Garden is Growing!

Our first plantings this year were a dismal failure in many respects. An unpredictable spring with high temps followed by major frost made things I have always planted in February to be lost this year. Almost all of the heirloom … Continue reading

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White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies ~ Gluten-free!

We are officially done moving! After 67 days! Still no barn, but we are not going back and forth between houses anymore. To celebrate I made my husband and my favorite cookie…. White Chocolate Macadamia Nut! I have not had … Continue reading

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One Counter Down!

I did it! I have pictures of the butcher block counter all spiffed up and sealed. Take a look! And another look… And here it is with stuff on it, lol! I found the crock at Salvation Army for 0.25 … Continue reading

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A Dehydrator’s Worth

I have wondered what a dehydrator is worth recently. You see, last year I finally used the dehydrator for the last time, the one my mother gave me that she bought at a yard sale when I was a little-bitty … Continue reading

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Another Replacement Kitchen Aid

Well, it happened. My Kitchen Aid Pro 600 replacement mixer (the first one completely broke, the gear on the head that makes the beater and all rotate, totally broke and would no longer turn after 11 months of careful use) … Continue reading

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Feeding Chickens

I had a thought this morning, or more an observation actually. I have been getting weaker eggs lately, the shells are breaking easily and the yolks less rich in color. This has corresponded to 2 things; 1. I penned the … Continue reading

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Butcher Block Counter and Eggs

Well, here goes; I need a counter top for the new cabinet beside our stove. I researched concrete counter tops and they seem really nice, but I didn’t have the stuff needed and it will be a big outlay of … Continue reading

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