Stone Soup – another way

The Little Fellas are pretty good with eating their vegetables at dinner time. Gran? Not so much. We do like our Bone Broth and notice a difference between the times we consume it and the weeks we might not have any available. This Stone Soup version is a current winner in the household. Rather than … Continue reading Stone Soup – another way

Post 400 – Welcome & Thank you, Cabbages & The Full Moon

July 28th, 2010 was when I started recording our garden and household goings on with this blog. Since then there have been months of crazy posting and other months too busy to do much at all. There have been years where I posted 8 times and others where I've posted 126 times. So for a … Continue reading Post 400 – Welcome & Thank you, Cabbages & The Full Moon

Soup

Soup! It doesn't take a change of weather to get soup on the stove. I'm very fond of soups whatever the season and will often have a cup of home-made soup in lieu of hot drinks. With the cooler weather recently and the time to prepare in advance (to get ahead in the cooking department), … Continue reading Soup

Home Cooking

Mr DIG asked me, amidst preparing dinner. . .  "Do you like cooking then?" ( Dear Reader - Do you like Mr DIG? He asks good questions don't you think? Makes for diverse blog posts! ) I had to think about it. "I think so." I replied. Though I really wasn't sure anymore. I used … Continue reading Home Cooking

Farmer Wants A Life

“The greatest change we need to make is from consumption to production, even if on a small scale, in our own gardens. If only 10% of us do this, there is enough for everyone. Hence the futility of revolutionaries who have no gardens, who depend on the very system they attack, and who produce words … Continue reading Farmer Wants A Life