Monthly Archives: August 2012

Hooray!

First farmer’s market we attended this summer. So much yum Advertisements

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Last of the garlic

I have one more head of last year’s garlic left

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Struggles happen

Hi All, I was recently re-reading my intro ‘about’ page for this blog and saw that I had written “This blog is for anyone who wants to hear about the day to day struggles and successes of incorporating the old … Continue reading

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Crispy Homemade Crackers

These crispy crackers are made by cutting tortillas into strips, tossing them in oil and salt,  and baking them for 10 – 15 min. Yum. It’s an easy and quick way to use up any extra burrito wraps or pita … Continue reading

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Bread Baking

While my mother in law was visiting she gave me a bread baking tutorial.  I used to bake bread for 15 people every week on a farm where I lived. That was 11 years ago. I am relearning the skill.

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Small Projects

I have been trying to undertake small craft projects that I can complete.  With a month and a half old baby, I do not have tons of time for crafting.   Since her birth I have created many homemade reusable cloth … Continue reading

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A picture journey

Homemade bookmarks These were made from old pants cuffs. I made these cloth bookmarks while nursing.

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