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Latest Activity: May 12
At 3:57 AM, my day is just starting. I've been out of bed for 72 minutes.
Daniel, what a wonderful buddy you are to Rufus! Not many dogs have such healthy and delicious treats. Do you expect him to be a big dog, or is he the small variety? Yes, it is odd that a vegetarian prepares chicken jerky treats for your dog.
Thanks for the information about canning methods. I'll give both the silicon tops and the glass weights a try.
Your jars look as though made by loving hands. Oh! Your winter will provide you feasts to match any fine restaurant!
It is 3:57 AM. Guess I better climb in bed. Good night.
Must be such a good boy to have home made treats!
I envy Rufus.
Daniel, how do you like the fermenting system you now use?
"I cut a circle of wax paper, larger than the top of the jar and push that in so the peppers will be below the brine level. Then I top with a glass weight, then push in so the brine covers the weight. Then the silicone one-way-valve lid."
I have not used this method and need your review. Thanks.
Loam, on September 24, 2018 you shared a recipe with us. How did it turn out?
Apple sauce made in crock pot.
Squirrel's brains? Yummy! I may get the same disease eating my newly found "chicken in the woods" mushroom. It's a little old looking, so we'll see. Have you ever seen one?
Had something last night I've never had before--a fig pizza! The cheeses were mozzarella and blue. Took my 3 daughters and husbands (2) out to dinner last night at one of the restaurants in Lafayette my farm kids sell produce to. The pizza was delicious.
Oh yes, the tater pie was good, although I didn't mash it up enough--a little stringy. I add ginger to it.
Some things never change. I ate a "church dinner" last night (with my grandkids, who go with their "grammie" to her church). The meal was the standard chicken and noodles with mashed potatoes and canned corn. It took me back to my early days--identical to what they served then. Bad for you then, bad for you now. No fruit, no greens. I'm guessing the recipe is the same as my grandmothers. Still delicious, however!
Yes, the pie does look tasty. I'll be baking a sweet potato pie sometime soon. First, I need to make a red raspberry pie to help use up all the raspberries I've been picking.
Looks tasty. I'm making pumpkin pie later this week, our son will be here for the long weekend.
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