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Off Course, A True Tale of What Happened During The Snow Storm

By: | 6 Comments | On: March 6, 2015 | Category : Uncategorized

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“Come up to the barn.” “I have a present for you”. I decided to walk since it just started snowing those big, fat, wet flakes that cling to whatever they can as if they’re wanting to say, “Hi!” “Long time no see!” Did you miss me, huh huh, huh?” In...

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Snow, Glorious Snow

By: | 1 Comment | On: February 18, 2015 | Category : Uncategorized

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I shut the door and yelled, ‘Where are you?’ She was already half way up the road. Turning towards me, I waved my arms, ‘Wait for me!’ Catching up to her, I yelled, ‘Race ya!’, and we took off running and laughing so hard in the falling snow. Snow, glorious...

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Super Bowl Snacks: A Few Interesting Facts

By: | 0 Comments | On: January 26, 2015 | Category : Uncategorized

Football frenzy is in full swing and the anticipation for Super Bowl Sunday is at an all time high. One of the highlights of a great party is the snack area. While some parties would be fine with a variety of chips and dips, a great party puts some effort...

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Ghost Story, Account of Yesterday

By: | 2 Comments | On: September 14, 2014 | Category : Uncategorized

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This is the account of an incident yesterday that sent shivers through my spine and caused me to recount it over and over trying in vain to make sense of an extraordinary experience. While some will be quick to dismiss it as simply a shadow or misperception, others will appreciate...

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July 4th Favorites: Coleslaw and Pie

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 8, 2014 | Category : CloverFields Farm and Kitchen, Cooking, Holiday Celebrations, Recipes, Uncategorized

Coleslaw is from the Dutch word, koolsla. Kool meaning cabbage and sla the word for salad. Early Dutch settlers grew cabbage along the banks of the Hudson river in New York and made slaw from their harvest as early as 1785. This Dutch slaw was in a vinegary dressing. American...

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12 Sweets of Christmas, 3-5, Stuffed Cookies: Chocolate Almond Joys, Santa Paws, and Cookie Stuffed Cookies

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 14, 2013 | Category : Uncategorized

Seriously fun cookies are being offered today with stuffed cookies. Not that I’m counting but this brings us to 5 sweets of the promised 12. Not that I’m heaping on guilt, but my tree isn’t even up yet and here I am inventing stuff to stuff cookie dough with. Just...

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Gearing Up For The Upcoming Holidays

By: | 1 Comment | On: November 6, 2013 | Category : CloverFields Farm and Kitchen, Holiday Celebrations, Recipes, Uncategorized

When I was at WDRB yesterday, I demonstrated a potato-based appetizer and a casserole dish. Below are all of the recipes including the ones demonstrated. Stuffing Crackers (snack) Makes:  8 dozen 1” x 3” rectangular crackers   Ingredients: 1-1/4 cups all purpose flour ¾ cup crushed dry stuffing mix (I used...

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Yard Sale Final Notes, and a Sarcastic Story

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 6, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Like all good things, even mega yard sale-ing must end. The threat of major storms helped us make up our minds, we were heading home instead of sale-ing into Kentucky and then picking up I64W over to Martha Collins. So, we went I40 to 165 and it was dice-y several...

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Yard Sale, Honey on the Road

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 5, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Even though I am a beekeeper, I buy honey wherever I travel. These are 2 jars of comb honey.

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Yard Sale, Today’s Finds

By: | 0 Comments | On: August 5, 2012 | Category : Uncategorized

Today was fun but for me the finds were few. There were several items such as jugs and silver that I was unsure about. In that situation, it is better to walk. Today’s finds: cotton fringed dinner napkins, faggoted hankies, glass floral frogs, and a piece of turkey blood stitched...

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