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8/27/2015
Beat the end of summer heat with this cool and delicious ice box cake recipe!
5/19/2015
Rainy days in Missouri.
5/5/2015
My mother and mother-in-law were true hard-working women of the past.
2/17/2015
A home-cooked dessert for comfort and citrus bliss.
12/31/2014
What Chef Elizabeth served for Christmas this year .
12/26/2014
An old-fashioned ginger cookie recipe inspired a tasty new version!
12/26/2014
A simple recipe for an uplifting fragrance using holiday ingredients
12/12/2014
When our family gets together, I am always asked to make our mom’s homemade rolls. These rolls are so easy and so delicious, especially hot out of the oven. Now that I am sharing our family recipe, you have no excuse not to make them yourself.
11/5/2014
Join Farm on the Hill's Lori Havens as she shares some inexpensive ideas for decorating your autumn table with the simple beauty of nature!
11/3/2014
The author comes up with some surprising facts about Daylight Saving Time.
8/25/2014
Gramma tells a story about a mistake she made and what she learned from it.
8/19/2014
A memory of longing for an ice cream cake as a child pushed me to finally try to make one, with much success!
6/16/2014
May Day, lilacs are in bloom, strawberries and asparagus.
4/22/2014
There are many common sense ways to be kind to the planet (and the wallet), but here are a few other simple ideas.
4/18/2014
A family tradition making Hot Cross Buns.
12/19/2013
In times of plenty or want, a homemade gift given with love warms the heart of the recipient. This Christmas, an easy-to-make, yet unusual “gift-in-a-jar” will find its way to our family and friends.
11/26/2013
A short photo list of what I am thankful for.
11/19/2013
We have an unusual holiday dessert tradition.
10/29/2013
Susan finally learned to appreciate homemade mincemeat after becoming a homesteader and canner. Bringing back wonderful memories of childhood, mincemeat is now a holiday staple at her house.
10/26/2013
Some of the varieties of free fruits available for the taking. All it takes is a little time, a little work, and some scouting of the area for what grows in your neck of the woods.
10/11/2013
A paragraph or two on what different people consider comfort foods.




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