We unpacked the ice cream machine yesterday. Two batches have been made, both dairy-free, one egg-free (and of course both gluten-free, as goes with everything here). I got both recipes from Danielle Walker's first cookbook, Against All Grain. You can find it on Amazon or Barnes and Noble, along with her other two wonderful cookbooks. … Continue reading Officially Summer
This post is brought to you by the need of some personal friends of mine. Please check out the Go Fund Me in the link below and consider donating to help them keep their family farm, or at least share it wide and far to help them reach more people and work on their goal. Save Olsen … Continue reading Help Needed!
Easter Sunday is just two days away, and today Big Brother and I checked to see on the eggs we dyed overnight. I tried it two years ago and was a little disappointed with the results. This time, I feel better about my method and three of the five colors we did (I know how … Continue reading Naturally dyed Easter eggs
Well, hubby and I began our #whole30 yesterday. It went off pretty well, but with one hitch - in the bustle of the morning, he only had a NingXia Red packet, carrots, and guacamole when he headed off to work. Needless to say, he came home ravenous. Luckily dinner was ready when he arrived, and I … Continue reading Whole 30, day 2
Big Brother is on his first-ever skiing adventure with Daddy, Aunt K, and Grammie! While they bond on the bunny hill, Little Brother and I are holed up watching the snow fall. He really loves to gaze out the window at the wintry wonder, as do I. Something about it makes me feel appreciative of … Continue reading Snowy appreciation
The Bouchers will be traveling to spend the holiday weekend with family, so I'll take a moment now to wish you all a healthy, joyful weekend filled with love.
Part two in this series is about cultivation! Gary Young is a firm believer in good quality coming from all aspects of the process, from beginning to end. This is why he spends so much time and effort when looking for land for a new farm, and why he posts signs around his farms about … Continue reading Seed to Seal, part 2
"Brace for Brutal Cold: Arctic Blast Invades the US" Well, it looks like the Northeast won't be experiencing this particular "Arctic Blast", but we did wake up to snow! Though it is forecast to warm up, I'm hoping the lovely frosted look doesn't disappear as they predict. There's something so beautiful about snuggling with my … Continue reading A Snowy Day
I knew our local library (which is lovely and close by) had e-books and audiobooks available to borrow online, but for some reason had never looked into it yet. We've only been here for almost a year. ::eye roll:: I suppose I do that a lot - not make use of resources until eons after … Continue reading Audiobooks may change my life
Summer, your days are numbered. We don't have anyone school-aged yet, so I can stretch it out a bit, but I know the days of crunchy leaves and sweaters will soon be upon us. I can't help but get a little excited - Autumn has always been my favorite season - though I do want … Continue reading Watermelon days