Tag Archive | homesteading
I finally got around to naming my sour dough starter. Blessing2 is white flour only. I’ve been tweaking recipes and techniques since last fall and have finally created a product I like. Here’s what I’ve learned: Patience. I cannot rush a good bread. Time is needed to bulk ferment and to rest. A baneton basket […]
We had to work fast to get the chickens into their new living quarters. Never a dull moment. Enjoy
A quick tour of the potato patch, the chickens, and the kitchen garden.
I’ve being taking weekly videos to share the progress and growth of the chicks, rabbit, and garden. Enjoy.
When I watched the following video I felt encouraged to keep on. Nick and I are working our small, urban homestead (really just a small rabbitry and garden at the manse) and like all who endeavor to garden and grow their own food, from time to time we come across discouragements. Some young families are […]
The harvest has begun. The larger squash weighed just over 2 pounds. Grated made 5 jars of marmalade. Four seen below; one given as a gift, still warm. What a blessing it is to live where we can enjoy a garden. Zuccinis galore. More jars to fill. Filling the pantry feels great. What do you […]