Archive for July 2012

Fizzy Foot Bath Bombs

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 29, 2012 | Category : Homemade Beauty

I was inspired by www.freshpickedbeauty.com ‘s recent post for wonderful rose petal bath bombs. I longed to make them, but realizing that I’ve used our bathtub…thinking…thinking…NEVER, I knew it was a waste of time and ingredients. Yet, the idea lingered; the thought of a tubful of fizzing water filling with fragrance then...

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Totally tomatoes!

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 24, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Click this to view—–>   Janine Washle talks about different types of tomatoes

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Fancy No-Bake Cookies and Loving School Lunch

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 22, 2012 | Category : Cookies

As a child,  Mom’s meals reflected what she knew, German food. She was a wonderful cook baking German tortes and breads, simmering red cabbage with apples and cloves, frying dinnerplate-size schnitzel, making sauces; …”gravy is for people who can’t make sauce”, one of her many verbal culinary jabs at southernisms...

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Picnic Series-The Last Leg, Installation 6

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 15, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten Washle                    Who likes doing dishes? A show of hands? Though I cannot actually see you, reader, I am 99% positive you are not sitting at your computer raising your hand. I have literally only met two people...

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Saturday’s Super-Food Supper

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 14, 2012 | Category : Dinner, Recipes

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten WashleIn an effort to utilize alliteration, we thought Saturday would be a positively perfect opportunity to feature food that is beneficial to the body! Below you will find 4 recipes, together they make a tasty table spread! Not only is everything incredibly tasty, but each...

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Picnic Series- Installation 5

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 13, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten Washle A Piece-It-Together Picnic! When you want to picnic but you don’t want to go out and get all the necessary food, it is time for a piece-it-together picnic. The idea is similar to that of a church luncheon; everyone brings a dish they enjoy...

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DIY Paper Pockets

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 12, 2012 | Category : Candy, Crafts, Holiday Celebrations

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten Washle Today’s post is going to be an instructional post, giving step by step instructions for how to make paper pockets! Simple to make, these pockets can be used for many different purposes. At the bottom there are pictures of what we did with our...

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Picnic Series- Installation 4

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 11, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten Washle Meet the Bento Box-This is the Japanese version of a lunch box. Bento roughly translated means “convenience”, and what is more perfect for a picnic than something convenient? Typically Bento Boxes are compartmentalized so that you have several small portions of different types of...

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Picnic Series- Installation 3

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 9, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten Washle At the farm we believe that you are what you eat, so why not enjoy a healthy treat? This is the third installation of the picnic series and the topic for today is finger food. Finger food is one of the greatest parts of picnicking, no silverware,...

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Did This Come From A Box?

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 8, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Post By: Guest Blogger, Kiersten Washle “All you need is water!”  “Simply Shake and Bake!”  “Cooks in the bag! No pots necessary!”  “Ready in Minutes!”  “Microwaveable Meal!” As I walk down the aisles of the local grocery, these words call out to me. I glance longingly at the hamburger helper…it would...

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