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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Superbowl Food Everyone Can Get Into

 

 This focaccia bread is so good, Carson had to make sure he got every last crumb from the counter.  No, he was not food deprived and yes, his mom does feed him…it’s just that good and he didn’t want to miss a bit. It a recipe Superbowl fans will get into also. […]

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Gibbsville Cheese Crostini

 

 It was late. We were all tired. But as we walked through the cheese show room, Mallory could not help but adjust the cheeses as she went by, making sure they were all faced just so.  It came from habit, she said.  After all, making cheese has been a part […]

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Christmas Gingerbread Country Church

 

 Gingerbread houses can be as simple as a few graham crackers propped up with frosting and candy or as elaborate as little church with stained glass windows.  Our family tradition of making a gingerbread house gets bigger and bigger with every new family member.  Many years when the kids were young, they […]