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Just a short wee note.. I am quite excited about planning my 20 year wedding bash.. yes I am head of the game by two years yet LOL have to see if anyone has a copy of this that does not show quite as much wear. And I am not having it on the same […]
My mom paints and she is good at the style she likes, my favorite is barns and farms, mountains and streams and such. I admire her ability very much. When I painted, I did watercolor and I do a funky abstract style based on nature in different forms. I did take watercolor lessons to learn how […]
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Category Archives: Soups and Stews
Are you looking for a yummy way to use up your leftover Easter ham bone, I was too.. Into a nice big steel pot put your ham bone, a full peeled an cut into half or quarters big onion … Continue reading
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
Celery Soup 1 Onion – Peeled and Diced -Cook in a tiny bit of olive oil till clear 1 Clove of Garlic -Peeled an Diced-Cook with the onion 2Large Potato-Peeled an Diced 4 Large ribs of Celery-Washed, and Diced 8 … Continue reading
Sometimes in my busy world, where I love to simmer things for hours that you can in fact have a hot meal on the table super fast, and not by opening a canned jar of soup or stew. I had … Continue reading
Sometimes the day after a butcher, you want to really show off those wonderful fresh organ meats, and some days you don’t.. you still need to use them and they are so good for you.. but sometimes its nice to … Continue reading
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
I took the left over meat that I could pull off the bones, and then, I added two diced onions and a good amount of garlic.. about 8 cloves with 1/4th cup of plain white vinager, and I cracked open … Continue reading
Slow Roasted Venison Stew with Baking Powder Biscuits 3.4 pound Shoulder Roast with a bit of bone in 2 med onions 6 cloves of garlic 4 large potato’s 4 large carrots half a smaller turnip 8 whole mushrooms Salt, pepper … Continue reading
Ok so to say that this is loosely based on a much loved soup of my hubbies needs to be owned up, I do not make his soup often because I can never quite get that same taste with homemade … Continue reading