Living just north of Indiana, we always hear people rave about the chicken and noodles they get when eating out at restaurants in Shipshewana. For
Every year the oldest country kid takes projects to the county fair as part of his 4-H club. Ever year he waits till the last
The folks over at Mary’s Heirloom Seeds are hosting their first GIVEAWAY for 2017 and asked us to be a part of it! This is
Do you ever walk through the grocery store baking aisle without a plan? You know you want to make something and then *BAM* you spot
This year I decided was going to be the year I wrote a book. Not a how to or recipe book, oh no, I want
Around here, our cookies tend to be mild manner. You know, your run of the mill peanut butter, chocolate chip, and sugar. My family doesn’t
According to the Oxford dictionary, honey is “a sweet, sticky yellowish-brown fluid made by bees and other insects from nectar collected from flowers.” Simple, right?
Every year at Christmas, I like to go all out in the baking department. I make more cookies then are really needed, if there is
It is that time of the year when people look back on their lives to see how far they have come, reflect, or plan for
If you have been around the blog the last couple of weeks, you might have noticed I have kind of been on a wood kick.
In recent year, many folks have taken more of an interest in where their food comes from and the quality of that food. This phenomenon
Over the summer, one of our neighbors cut down a Black Walnut tree. The tree company that dropped it and took it, left behind a
This summer, one of our neighbors cut down a beautiful Black Walnut tree. They sold the tree to a wood company, because they hated the
Let’s face it, if you homestead, you deal with a lot of dirty things. The term “crap happens” is like a homesteader mantra and we
Weather you grow your own or buy in bulk, you will be faced with how to properly store garlic, onions and potatoes long term. There