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Author Archives: Kelli Miller
An impressive Hungarian Heart tomato This year, for the first time in several years, I started my own plants indoors from seed over the winter. And anyone that knows me knows that I get a little carried away when it … Continue reading
This has been a fantastic year for growing just about anything. The bell peppers in particular have been beautiful. I froze something like 4 cookie sheets full of them a while back – just cut them in half, scooped out … Continue reading
Sunday we loaded batch #2 of chickens out to the processor. It’s always interesting to see what our numbers end up to be. I try to keep track of how many we start with and how many we end up … Continue reading
It’s August. Everyone, including me, is wondering where the summer has gone. It’s been a glorious summer, weather-wise. Rain at just the right times. Not an excessive amount of heat and humidity. And I have been doing my best to … Continue reading
Remember the first post in this series, where I mentioned that I had bought the food, prepared the food, and taken pictures of the food, but didn’t get around to posting about the food right away? Apparently that happens a … Continue reading
When I’m selling at market I usually try to buy some things to take home as well. A couple of weeks ago I had the idea to start a weekly post on what I bought at the market that week, … Continue reading
It all started with tortillas. My sister-in-law asked if they could bring us anything from Texas when they came to visit Memorial Day weekend. Since shrimp doesn’t travel so well when you’re flying + driving, we settled on fresh, authentic, … Continue reading
Those of you who have been with me a long time know that I used to blog a lot. Like, a lot a lot. And I’ve written before (also here) about how or why I just sort of tapered off. … Continue reading
(Plus a bonus recipe!) With fresh chickens coming soon – next month! – it’s time for me to get the ones I still have in the freezer used up. Of course I love the internet for new recipe ideas. Sometimes … Continue reading