Since most of the continent seems to be in a deep freeze at the moment, I can’t help but appreciate all the ways I have to keep warm. Not the least of which is utilizing ethical, sustainable, renewable resources from the animal kingdom. Wool has long […]
January is soup month. There are few things quite as comforting or nourishing as a good bowl of soup. Full of healing bone broth, nutrient dense veggies, and quality meats, you are bound to find something to please in this round-up! From hearty stews to […]
Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links. At no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you click through and make a purchase. I love it when I can use or adapt family recipes on a healing diet. Food is so much […]
Another big hit at our Easter dinner was this dish. Mapley sweet with baconey saltiness. It was amazing. Scott is still talking about it almost two weeks later! I definitely will be making this one again!
As St. Patrick’s Day draws near and my Irish Stew simmers away on the stove, I am reminded once again of my proud Irish roots. There is a fierce passion in being able to claim this heritage. Such a rich culture, such a rich heritage.
In the fall of 2012, just after we got engaged, Scott took me on the trip of my dreams. I’d always wanted to travel to England. It had been a dream of mine since I was a little girl. I loved the history, the culture, […]
I remember years and years ago my mom and my aunt getting into heated “discussions” about whether or not to leave the wonderful, cripsy, fatty skin on the Thanksgiving turkey or to remove it for “health reasons”. My aunt wanted it in the garbage as […]
Growing up on a small hobby farm, we were the odd ones in an area built largely on the large-scale commercial agriculture industry. We became even more of an oddity when we brought our first two goats home back in 1990. Prompted by my and […]