I am completely a soupaholic, I just freaking love soup. Today Dad is working the night shift so he got to go cross country skiing during the day, it's super cold out so I made him some healthy hot soup for when he got back, we all got to eat some for lunch. I made… Continue reading Tomato, Fennel, And Spinach Soup
Our oven broke last week and we decided we couldn't fix it. So we get our new stove/oven delivered on December 7th. OMG, I can't wait! It is beautiful and modern and guaranteed gonna cook up some amazing food. It is also going to make my 1950's kitchen look very very old. I foresee a… Continue reading Surviving Without An Oven
I found fresh Tumeric at the store and couldn't wait to try cooking with it! I also bought some local honey and I've read that the two pair well together. So tonight for dinner we are having Cauliflower soup with Tumeric, Ginger and Honey. It's the last bag of cauliflower from our garden this summer… Continue reading Cauliflower Soup With Tumeric, Ginger And Honey
Painting was my first love, I started painting in my early twenties long before I met my other half, got dogs or had kids or learned how to cook. Now my days are so full with meeting everyone's needs my hobby has been put on the back burner. Yesterday I decided to break out my… Continue reading Marble The Rooster Too Pretty To Eat!
It's like thanksgiving again at our house when we pull one of our homegrown chickens out of the freezer and pair it with veggies from the garden. Last night we had roasted chicken with roasted veggies and everything in our meal except for the olive oil, salt and pepper and garlic (we had another unsuccessful… Continue reading Home Grown Chicken And Veggies
We live on 5 acres close to Winnipeg in Canada. The winters are brutal here! One of my favorite parts about the winter is our wood stove that warms our house. Every winter we go through approximately a cord and a half to two cords of wood to heat the house from late fall to… Continue reading The Wood Stove
Today I pulled beets from the garden, and for the first time I have about a hundred left over after cooking with them all summer. I'm not sure how I should prepare them for the winter. I've read about storing them in a box with sand, freezing cooked beets, or canning, I don't want to… Continue reading Beets for the winter?