Monthly Archives: August 2013

Milkhouse Spider, Cows and A Sunset

We drink raw unpasteurized milk that we get from a local farm. Not only is unpasteurized milk full of vitamins, minerals and beneficial enzymes, but this milk we get is the creamiest, most delicious milk I have ever tasted. I wish … Continue reading

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Steps

Everyone has to start somewhere. Once you start, don’t stop. There will be setbacks and backwards steps, but don’t let that deter you. Keep going until you reach your goal!

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Tweetping

Tweetping?! I’m sure you’re saying, “What is that?” It’s actually a very cool, but virtually useless site that shows you real time tweets being tweeted. It pinpoints where the tweet came from and shows you the hashtag used. It’s interesting … Continue reading

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Pork Brine

  All the recipes for pork brine that I’ve seen, are all for huge batches of pork chops or whole pork loins that need to be brined in a 5 gallon bucket with enough salt to make you need a … Continue reading

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Refried Beans

              2 cans (54 ozs) pinto beans, drained 2 TBSP sesame seed oil Juice from half a lime 1/2 tsp mineral salt 1/8 tsp cumin   Drain beans. Add all ingredients to medium pot … Continue reading

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Re-Design

I decided to leave this post up until I get things straightened out yet again so maybe there will be less confusion..maybe? The other day I noticed a small mistake on the hosting company’s side. When they fixed it, the … Continue reading

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