Christmas





12/19/2014
Chef Elizabeth prepares for Christmas on the farm with family.
12/26/2013
From a table-top to yard. How our Christmas tree became a living Christmas tree.
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.
11/21/2014
This time of year brings the drumbeat of commercialism, but we try to resist buying things we don't really need.
12/31/2013
There is always tension between so-called "civilization" and "where the wild things are" as Maurice Sendak said. Rural living on the edges of wilderness teaches us that we can live in that tension but it's not always easy.
12/13/2013
A recipe for my mom's famous Oatmeal Molasses Cookies.
12/17/2013
I finally taught myself how to make a Christmas wreath from leftover fir trimmings - with a very rambunctious 1 year old to help.
12/12/2014
These tasty cookies make excellent Christmas gifts.
12/31/2013
The Christmas spirit can keep us going even in the roughest of times.
12/22/2014
It's the middle of winter and we appreciate that nature has thrown us a bone in the form of abundant water. We look forward to lengthening days.
12/12/2014
Here's an authentic recipe for buttery cookies using the addition of almond flour.
12/22/2014
How to take the stress out of gift giving.
4/8/2015
My Facebook friends gave me some good advice on what to do with the piles of greeting cards I have saved during the 55 years of our marriage.
12/15/2014
You can make unique hot pads for yourself or for presents with little or no cost.
12/29/2014
I've learned to do so many things on the farm this year, I couldn't wait to share with everybody for Christmas. From soap to pickles, everything was homemade!
2/6/2014
Trying to look good on the farm in winter.




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