Before I introduce this tasty Lamb Tagine recipe, a little confession: I hate how few lamb recipes I have on the blog thus far. Truth be told, our lamb is our favorite meat that we produce. We raised Katahdin lambs here on the farm, this year we have six to harvest, so our supply of
You thought it would stop at homemade butter. Or at the ‘How To Make Butter’ video. Or even the homemade clarified butter. But you were wrong. Because my love for butter knows no bounds – which you know, right? If you don’t, allow me to introduce myself. Hi, I’m Shaye, and I’m a butter addict.
Hello, Summer Quiche. Someone told me that recipe posts shouldn’t include excess words. That the entire point was the recipe and thus any words, other than those giving specific measurements or instructions on how to make the recipe, were just unnecessary excess. Well, pardon, but I disagree. What is food, if it’s not a story? It’s far
Not a lot of people seem to be enjoying a plate of pasta these days. Unless, of course, you’re in Italy where pasta always has… and will… reign supreme. But here, we’re hesitant of the gluten… of the carbs… … well poo on that. Don’t hate – I have a sister who’s incredibly gluten intolerance. I
Once upon a time, the clouds parted, and Mama was able to open her weary and sleepy eyes. She sipped enough coffee down to make her sane before the herd of children woke up from their slumber and there also happened to be some stale bread in the kitchen. Stars aligned. The Lord showed mercy. And
I promised on Facebook I would bring you a homemade chorizo recipe, did I not? Surely, I can’t be the only one out there with a freezer of pork shoulders, a meat grinder, and a mission to eat chorizo. Right? Hello? Anyone? Ah yes, I see at least one of you in the back raising
Sometimes I like to pretend like I have my life together. And there’s homemade pumpkin puree involved. I ignore the stacks of dishes with crusty food, the smell laundry piled in front of the washing machine, the kids with sticky bits of honey in between their fingers, and the compost sitting in front of my
Back in the day, people knew how to do cool things. Well, I think they’re cool. Well, really, I can’t be the only one in the world that thinks it’s exceptionally cool to cure pork belly and have it hanging in your kitchen. A few weeks ago, we butchered our pigs, and have been enjoying the
To date, the most popular post by far on my blog has been the soaked whole wheat bread recipe, which you can find here. That being said, ahem, I have a new soaked whole wheat bread recipe to share with you. I know, I know. I’m sorry. I don’t mean to keep complicating your life.
I almost don’t have the energy to type this. My fingers are sore. My elbows are sore. My shoulders are sore. Let’s just say, it’s all sore. After church and family time, I spent the hours while Georgia was napping outside. The sun was out and even though it was brisk, the smell of fresh