Category Archives: Food Production and Recipes

GooseBerry Jam Recipe

The gooseberry patch is hopping this year, a full batch of jam on off just two of the bushes with eight more to go for picking and processing. I love Gooseberry Jam on old aged cheese. The combo is a … Continue reading

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Fresh Nettle Pasta – Made with Duck Eggs

2 cups flour, 1 tsp salt, 1/4 cup of dried Crumbled Nettle, 1 and half tbsp water, 3 duck eggs, kneed it all together and then let it rest at least 30 min with a damp tea towel over it, … Continue reading

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Baked Squash Soup

Like many fellow gardeners, we have squash on our counters that need to be used up or for the more frugal folks, a good winter squash is a outstanding way to make a thick meaty or not stick to your … Continue reading

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Flash Back Monday! Buttermilk Cornbread Recipe

This is a super easy recipe, can be made into a thin cornbread pan, muffins or as shown above in a cornbread pan.. 1 1/2 cups  buttermilk ( you can use powdered buttermilk, really buttermilk or whole milk with two … Continue reading

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Saturday Flash Back- Chili Recipe and Ways to use it

When its a  busy day on the farm, (like today is) its a lovely thing to put a chili into the crock pot and just let it cook away so that your house smells awesome when you come back in … Continue reading

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Bean Canning Recipe

I have made this recipe a few times now, its still yummy! I wanted to can up a batch of white beans in tomato sauce for the pantry use, so this is a large batch, as I canned most of … Continue reading

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Meat Pies- A easy one pie plate meal

This recipe turned out to be just yum! I made my regular pie crust but with a touch more salt then normal in it to go with the meat.. I cooked up half a pd of pork/half a pd of … Continue reading

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How much Sugar did we use in a year on the farm!

This post is mainly from How much sugar did we use in 2011 with a five year update.. As I dipped into a small dish of yugurt and strawberries as a afternoon snack, I made a note in the farm … Continue reading

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Green Onion and Cheese Pie

One average size pie dough bottom, roll it nice and thin if possible, you can use a sweet dough but a basic one is just fine.. 6 large chicken eggs or 4 large duck eggs 2 extra big green onions … Continue reading

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Strawberry Custard Pie

This dessert is as easy or as hard as you want it to be.. Homemade pie dough or a bottom store shell.. baked and cooled Homemade vanilla custard or vanilla instant pudding, two cups worth. if homemade, make vanilla milk, … Continue reading

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