Do you want the taste of Buffalo Wings, but dread the mess that it causes on your hands, mouth, and wherever else it drops? Then this is a recipe that you must try! This dip gives you the flavor of
To put it simply – soil is to vegetable plants what food is to humans. With little or no food – human become sick and would eventually perish. The same goes for those tomato and pepper plants in your garden!
Maybe we have been spoiled. For the last few years, we have been able to work through the majority of winter on many of our outdoor projects. During the winter of 2010-11, we worked almost non-stop on completing the barn.
Sunday dinner is my favorite meal of the week. It is the one time that everyone is home, eating at the same time, and enjoying each other’s company – minus the occasional reminder for the kids to put away the
Every year, as the spring and summer garden harvest swings into full gear – the robbing of our kitchen equipment begins! We start off using a few of our large colander bowls to pick sugar snap peas and cucumbers –
In a way, it’s comical that a simple, common, disposable item such as a pallet could be responsible for creating so much at our little farm. To most, pallets are nothing more than a few pieces of rough-sawn wood, assembled
Do you have a few extra ripe bananas left over on the counter? Are you searching for the best banana bread recipe to make? Look no further! We have tried several different ways to make banana bread, and this is
We have always wanted a vintage-style wine rack for our dining room – and the frigid winter temperatures that swept through Ohio last week gave us the perfect opportunity to finally create it! Mary and I have never been fond
With the frigid weather this week, I did everything possible NOT to go to the grocery store. It was tough enough tending to the chickens with the wind chill reaching 40 below zero, and I wasn’t going to add venturing
As much as we love the holiday season – at the stroke of midnight on December 31st we happily turn our thoughts to the coming growing season at the farm! It’s important to have our garden plan completed in order