Category : Kitchen

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  I hate to be the one to remind y’all of this… but Christmas really is coming.  It will be here before we know it, which is a scary thought.  I have been struggling to come up with some new ideas that will be fun for the recipient, and relatively easy for me to make.  …
  Summer is in full throttle, and we are searching for ways to cool down. One of the most traditional ways is ice cream! Last summer, I wrote a column on how to make homemade ice cream. This year, I am going to take it a step further with some ideas on how to eat …
Wake up. Shower. Get dressed – check. Feed cats – check. Feed chickens – check. Feed and water chicks – check. Water greenhouse, open gate – check. Check. Spot cows on road – sigh…. Get Randy. Get Range Cubes. Prepare feed bucket – check, check, check. Get cows back in yard, try to herd them …
     Spring is officially here. At least, that’s what the calendar says. Yesterday, you could feel it – the sun actually shone in the sky, and the temperature reached 83 here on the farm. But according to the weather man, we’re in for more rain, and at least 4 inches is predicted over the rest …
Kitchen ‘Littles’ If you cook at all, there are small items in your cabinets and drawers that you use on a daily basis. Things like measuring cups – both for dry and wet measuring, measuring spoons and a spatula or two. I have at least two or three of each, and use them all. There …
  Kitchenware I’ve always thought I was pretty standard when it came to items I use in my kitchen – wooden spoons, mixing bowls, and the like. But I do have a few things that I realize may not be part of the normal kitchen. Marble Board – Another hand-me-down, it’s one that I’ll probably …
  Appliances With all the cooking, processing and canning that goes on in a farm kitchen, there are certain appliances that sure do come in handy. Randy, bless his heart, cringes at Christmas and birthdays if I tell him there is one I want. He still goes by the old wisdom that you never. Ever. …
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