Buttery Three Cheese Ham Sandwiches

Buttery Three Cheese Ham Sandwiches

It is not a secret. I have a butter problem. And don’t let that be confused with margarine. Or oleo. Or butter-flavored tub of spread. I love butter. Let me be honest, once you have made homemade butter you never go back. Having grown up with full access to Jersey milk from our cows, cream… 

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Butternut Squash Souffle – Day 6 #FarmsMatter

Butternut squash souffle

In the fall all the local farm markets are full of pumpkins and squash. Where I live I am lucky enough to have two farm families who raise produce and multitudes of squash. Every year I think this will be the year I raise my own squash, but by early fall, I am over keeping… 

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Hunk of Meat Monday: Spicy Garlic Baked Chicken Legs

Spicy Garlic Baked Chicken Legs

On Day 4 of the 30 days of #FarmsMatter, I am reminded why chicken farms are a gift from God. You see, I grew up gathering eggs at my grandparent’s house. And then butchering said chickens. When the chicken raising ended, I was sure I would never have to butcher a chicken again. WrONg! My… 

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30 Days of #FarmsMatter

30 days #farmsmatter

So, my friend, Holly Spangler, is hosting the 30 Days blogging event again this year. Hoping that this year I am a little more successful in hitting publish 30 times in November. This November I am going to go with the #FarmsMatter theme for my post. I am excited to highlight the many reasons why… 

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What you need to know about Monsanto and GMO Food

Monsanto Protection Act

They aren’t the enemy. For real. Monsanto is not the bad guy. They are a large agriculture biotechnology seed and chemical company. They do spend butt loads of money to create new hybrids, seeds, and pesticides. They do own patents on many different seeds and chemicals. They are also in the business of making money… 

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Must Have Cookbooks

Schleef Family Favorites Cookbook

While I am always connected to technology, there is nothing better than a cookbook. And I have plenty of them. But, I have my favorites. The ones I can count on when I don’t want to “try” too hard or just need some comfort food. The cookbooks with generations of family favorites. But, besides my… 

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