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?
And the harvest season has begun at our house! Last week we had an unexpected frost that killed the plants in the garden so it was time to pull tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and cucumbers. We had a great growing year, however it never feels quite long enough! Dad has started canning the tomatoes and I'm… Continue reading Harvest Time!
Over the weekend we got to go to a neighbouring farm for a pig roast. My little boy got to ride a horse for the first time and he loved it! Everybody brought a dish, so I brought some little quiches made from day fresh eggs and garden veggies. I made the crust from scratch… Continue reading Little Quiches
I love fog and I love sunsets. The other evening we were treated to both at the same time! I got the kids to bed then took my good camera outside to get some shots. Magical.
Last night dinner came from our little farm! Everything except for the olive oil, lemon, salt and pepper was grown right here at home. We are very blessed to be able to do this, with a lot of hard work and a lot of love, the satisfaction to putting this meal on the dinner table… Continue reading Our Farm On A Plate
Our little farm is definitely our little piece of paradise. Yesterday the animals were so playful, glad I could get some pictures of it. Our two goats, Beer and Larry, have become such good buddies it warms my heart. Our puppy loves to run laps around the property, such a happy puppy, he cracks me… Continue reading Fun On The Farm