This weekend there’s a big football game happening here in America. You know the one…the Super Bowl! To help you get ready for that, here’s a collection of some of my favorite “Game Day Goodies” to make your spread the real winner of the day!
Archives for January 2017
Many years ago, (let’s not talk about just how long ago it was) I sat down with an old cookbook that someone let me borrow. I loved the vintage images and illustrations, the classic cooking, and hidden here and there through the cookbook, was blocks of tips.
This week we have another “Homemaker Helps” Decluttering Challenge. This week’s post is just as informational as it is a challenge. Let’s talk about spices.
We had some unwelcome visitors to the homestead, and how’s my broody hen doing?
This week we’ve teamed up with Idaho® potatoes to bring you all sorts of fantastic recipes to wow your friends and family when they get together to watch the “big football game.” You know the one. My Cajun Taters & Sausage recipe is slammed full of not only flavor, but it is hearty and satisfying as well.
I made another tiny modification to the chicken coop, as well as helped out my broody hen. Then man! The story I would have had, if only.
My new salt rock lamps and why I got them – then fun in the woods with the doggies.
This week we are heading to the bookshelf to declutter. More specifically…the collection of cookbooks and food magazines you may have in your kitchen. Now I’ll be honest with you, as a “food blogger” getting rid of cookbooks is very hard for me. I see my cookbooks as a resource library. I use them to…
Living on a homestead is a continual learning experience. I took the doggies for a walk in the woods, checking out our flooded area, and then I had to make some modifications to the chicken coop.
Filled with tons of flavor and a bit of heat, this Zippy Kielbasa & Rice will warm and fill you up on a cold, winter day.