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4/20/2015
Zinnias are beautiful and functional companion plants in the kitchen garden.
4/10/2015
Our solution to having two hens fighting over one nest.
4/6/2015
The little chicks that joined the farm this winter have grown up! Join Lori as she returns to the farm after a month away to care for her parents, and enjoy her favorite way to prepare farm-fresh scrambled eggs!
2/17/2015
Iron pans are great for every thing on a farm, ranch or homestead.
2/12/2015
Jim and I are moving to a house with a large kitchen in a friendly neighborhood. Come on over and have a visit!
1/26/2015
I found a way to move heavy countertop appliances. I hope it is helpful to you, too.
1/5/2015
Ideas about how to organize your kitchen.
1/5/2015
It is easy and gratifying to make hash browns in small or large amounts for the present or future.
12/31/2014
A list of resolutions to apply to your approach to food and how you cook and eat.
12/23/2014
After searching for three years for the perfect modern sewing machine, and never really finding exactly what I wanted, my parents surprised me with an early Christmas gift of a 1961 Singer Slant-O-Matic 500.
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.
7/21/2014
You never know what will happen when you leave a garden unattended.
6/23/2014
The author's newest hen is a challenge when she becomes broody.
6/19/2014
This post is about blueberry picking at my local pick-your-own farm. It includes a quick and easy blueberry bread recipe.
5/29/2014
Sometimes one wonders about why things happen as they do, but there is a plan here and there we wouldn't change.
4/28/2014
Visit the springtime pastures of Farm on the Hill as "the girls" are introduced to their new home!
4/18/2014
A family tradition making Hot Cross Buns.
1/31/2014
Beat winter's chill with this delicious, made-from-scratch chai tea!
1/20/2014
When you plant many trees, such as nut trees, you plant for the future.
1/14/2014
Simple instructions for two versions of a sewn towel topper - an easy afternoon sewing project.
12/13/2013
You don't have to be a scientist to make wine, but it probably helps. When you harvest fruit, honey, or other fermentable crops, don't be afraid to try your hand at new recipes.
12/5/2013
For my inaugural blog post for Capper's Farmer, I'd like to take a few minutes to explain myself. Trust me, I need to.
11/2/2013
Highly productive small gardens that produce huge yields
9/5/2012
Some things are a mystery; especially some older kitchen tools. These two didn't come with directions but I managed to solve both mysteries. One tool seems quite useful, the other not so much.
6/12/2012
Food kept FDR's Tree Army working to preserve America's outdoors. Here in Part 2 of CCC Food are a few more stories about these men who later headed to WWII as part of the Greatest Generation.
4/12/2012
The tale of the life of Baby Banzai.




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