Category Archives: bread

Midsummer

Hi Friends! It is July already! The summer solstice has come and gone, with a night so bright I could hardly sleep, outside and staring at the moon. We are having our fair share of cool days, which pleases me greatly … Continue reading

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Spring Is Here

Hello Again. Around here we have been busy with basic, old fashioned living. Bread baking several times a week, cooking food from scratch, animal care, dishes, laundry, kids. River and I weeded a huge area in our newly expanded garden, … Continue reading

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Making Do

These have been lean times. My role is to feed the family, whether in times of plenty or no. I had to get mighty creative this last month to make those meals appear on the table. Although this can be … Continue reading

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Why A Farm?

Now I know some of you out there are thinking – why is this blog entitled Erin’s backyard farm? Why not just Erin’s back yard.   Well I will tell you why.   It is because of how we think of things … Continue reading

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Fresh Baked Bread

Baked bread two days ago. Cinnamon Swirl, and Whole Wheat.

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Much Homemade Food

Can I just brag about all the homemade food in my kitchen right now… Last loaf of bread, with a few slices left. It’s in the fridge so it didn’t mold in the heat wave. Garbanzo beans that were soaked … Continue reading

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Zucchini, Bread, Baby, Cat

The zucchini is from the store, but the plants in my garden are growing fast. I hope that soon we will be eating freshly harvested zucchini here.

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