The leaves have begun to fall!!! It’s the time of year when the skyline and ground begin to turn brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow thanks to all of those beautiful leaves. Those falling leaves may be a bit
Everyone loves the delicious and appetizing smell of an apple pie baking in your kitchen or even better, an apple turnover. There is nothing more convenient than eating a piece on the go – with no utensils required! That is
We have had quite a few emails over the last month inquiring about our 2015 garden experiments. Many wanted to know how the red plastic mulch in the tomato rows worked out – while others were curious about the method of growing
This past weekend we encountered a hard frost and freeze at the farm, which of course put an end to our summer crops. So in just over an hour, Jim and I picked the remaining heirloom tomatoes and several varieties of peppers,
This is the absolute BEST (and most simple) pumpkin bread recipe that I have ever made. The secret – knowing how to keep the moisture in the bread and not allowing it to evaporate during and after the cooking process.
5 years ago this weekend (October 9th to be exact), we fired up a tiny walk behind brush cutter and began our dream of creating a little space to call our own. We didn’t know much – but we knew
House building can be daunting. However, sometimes things just simply happen for a reason – especially when you least expect it. With a lot on our plates for the next 6 months, including the book release in January and subsequent
Whether you want to redecorate your room or your whole house – you don’t have to break the bank to do it. With a little leg work, you can salvage, recycle and build almost anything you need to fill any room