North Star Homestead Farms, LLC -
Monday September 24, 2012 - By Ann, Laura, and Kara
You can sing praises to the barn cats that catch their
weight in small vermin or that sit quivering in eager anticipation as the cow
is being milked—hoping for a squirt of warm creaminess aimed their way. You can compliment the watchful (if...
Mohawk Valley Trading Company - Honey - Maple Syrup - Beeswax Candles -
Sunday January 29, 2012 - By Betty
This is not a traditional American-style pudding. It is more similar to a dense cake Ingredients: 2-inches of scraped vanilla bean or ½ tsp vanilla extract 1 egg 2 T butter 3T sugar or ground Demerara sugar 1 c flour ¼ t salt 2 t baking powder ? C...
At Home in Nature -
Tuesday May 10, 2011 - By Mary
There are many reasons to learn another language, but the best one of all is to speak with your fellow citizens intelligently about the things that matter most to our nation. 27 of our 50 States have legalized English as their primary language, but of...
Elliott Family Farm -
Saturday February 19, 2011 - By Samuel
I have been posting some baby turnip recipes on the Facebook page, Elliott Family Farm, and a few on the Dallas Farmers Market page. We have a good crop started and barring any bad weather, it should develop nicely.
Baby turnips are sometimes...
So Succulent Gardens -
Wednesday May 20, 2009 - By Blossomfarm
WE ALL HEARD THE FOLLOWING RHYME: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and a sixpence in her shoe. ~An old English rhyme
Something old symbolized the bride's past and hope for a long marriage. Something...