Recommended: The Curd Nerd, Gavin Webber

Welcome to my β€œRecommended” series of posts. These will be weekly – for now – posts about resources I have found over the past while that I found so excellent, I want to share them with you, my dear readers. πŸ™‚ Whether or not I continue to post these, and how often they are posted, … Continue reading Recommended: The Curd Nerd, Gavin Webber

Making lemon cheese and a hanging rig

I've been planning to do this for a while, and finally had the chance today: making lemon cheese. I'm using a recipe I found here. Do check this site out. Especially if you're interested in different ways of preserving food, though there is lots more there, too. After sanitizing my equipment, I started heating the … Continue reading Making lemon cheese and a hanging rig

Preparing for Easter, and an easier way to peel eggs!

One of the bonuses of our move to the farm I grew up on is that we could take part in a childhood tradition; the blessing of our Easter baskets. It was many moves and many years before we were able to find a Polish church that did basket blessings, and be able to take … Continue reading Preparing for Easter, and an easier way to peel eggs!

Sourdough “Batter” Bread, with recipe

Today my daughters did the baking, starting with a sourdough "batter" bread. There's a reason the word batter is in quotations... The girls have been finding recipes they like and, after trying them out, adding them to a notebook with any modifications or adjustments they've come up with. Like this... I love the little doodles! … Continue reading Sourdough “Batter” Bread, with recipe