Two of our middle chicks are laying and their eggs are still small and cute. Here are the first 8 baby eggs… we have gotten a few more since this. To show you the difference from our older girls here is a comparison. The eggs in the back of the carton are the older girls and the ones in the front and in front … Read More Little eggs Big eggs
I love to garden and I know many of you do as well. (The worst part is the weeding, but the mulch this year has helped keep that to a minimum.) There are many things I love about gardening. I love to dig in the dirt, plant the seedlings or seeds, watch them grow, and the best part when you get to harvest. I … Read More Garden Delights
It’s the 4thof July… time for fireworks, picnics, cookouts, and celebrating the USA! Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July or July Fourth, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain. (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independence_Day_(United_States) Its quite humid here today so they boys are inside or in the … Read More Happy 4th!
I got a request the other day from one of my followers for the recipe for my Gluten-free cinnamon rolls. They are pretty easy to make, despite the many steps below, they go fast… So here goes: Ingredients: Rolls: 3/4 cup gluten free flour mix of your choice (I do not recommend bob’s brand as it is a bit bitter) 1/4 cup almond flour Big pinch … Read More Gluten-Free/Yeast Free Cinnamon Rolls
Since we got our Christmas tree I have been trying to get all the boys in front of it at one time to get a picture. Usually the two boys will be laying in front of it… Or the cat… but not usually all three. But if they are all in the vicinity, by the time I get my camera, one of them is … Read More Wrangling…
So I have been working to clean out the old freezer so things don’t get freezer burn and I can actually tell what’s in there. Does that ever happen to you? You just get caught up in specials at the grocery store and life gets away from you and you forget what’s in the old freezer? Anyways, I got some things out of the freezer, … Read More Chase’s Country Quiche
Happy Sunday Everyone 🙂 Hope your week has started out well and you are refreshed and ready for the week. I don’t know if I have blogged about this yet, but I have started to make cakes for my friends kids and the kids at church. I am trying to perfect my skills and learn new techniques. I have done many cakes including flower cakes…. … Read More Who wants some cake?
Between thunder and lightening storms with lots of wind and torrential rain I tried to get a lot done inside. I got a lot more of the house organized, cleaned, etc. and then made a FREE dinner (well almost). I had a bunch of stuff from my garden and my mom and step-father’s garden. I was trying to figure out what to do with … Read More Dinner and a Lot of Work
I have officially lost count of how many times it has snowed this winter. I’m not complaining, I am grateful for the pretty snow and the peace it can bring to a day 🙂 The dogs have enjoyed watching the snow from the front porch… I wanted to show you the yummy gluten-free pizza I made the other night. I made the crust from … Read More It’s Snowing… Again…
I was thinking today I hadn’t posted about our Thanksgiving Day. This year was a little unusual as far as the food. We made no dish as usual and changed many. I figured since it was just my mom, step-father, hubby, and I then why not change it up. We did all gluten free, dairy free, and low sugar dishes (my step-father has to … Read More Late Thanksgiving
While on our anniversary trip (over a month ago now) we stumbled upon a neat museum for Bush’s Baked Beans… There was actually a lot to do from the café, to a movie on the history of Bush’s, to the artifacts and photos of the Bush’s family, to a big can of beans you walk though and see how the canning processing works…. They even had … Read More Bush’s- The Bean