food blog

Pumpkin Butter

I stop at produce markets all over the US but my favorites are always the ones that use the honor system and have a little bucket or box to drop your money in. It seems to me that anyone who uses the honor system to make a living probably lives […]

 

Turkish Food Vendors in Vienna?

  The orchestra and open air market were highlights in Vienna, Austria. Andria and I both love these kind of markets so I bet when she visited the one pictured above, she thought of our adventures last summer eating our way through the Farmers Markets of Washington, Oregon and California. […]

 

A Taste of Italy

Andria is headed to Italy so be prepared for lots of great Italian food ideas. She arrived for work just in time for the Italian shut down. That means she has two weeks to travel across Europe. Above are a few photos she sent. Love those mountains with the clouds hanging low. […]

 

Hibiscus Tea

My sisters and I only have a chance to see each other about once a year, so it is always special. But, one of my favorite times was when Becky brought her hibiscus tea to share with us. Who would guess that brilliant red hibiscus leaves can be dried to […]

 

How to make the best Sushi Ever

Sushi is not so easy to find where I  live (since I am  miles from the nearest town, which has a population of less than 1200,  neither is milk or flour – unless I milk the goats myself or pick the wheat and mill it…which I have been known to […]

 

A Cake For Easter

Easter is such a joyful time.  It is a time of birth and renewal….in our hearts and on the farm. Baby lambs and budding flowers remind us of Jesus’ resurrection and the promise of our own. The centerpiece of our Easter celebration was church but the celebration was not complete without […]