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A path well travelled

A path well travelled

I took the cover photo to this blog last week during our crazy rainy week.  After having no measurable rain since October it RAINED.  It felt like our crazy spring rains had arrived early (February).  Our dirt is heavy clay and doesn't absorb rain very well.  For several days it rained off and on, and then the day this photo was taken it rained all day long, the ground couldn't take any more and we started to flood.  

I know this is not a fantastic picture but I like it because on the left you can see there is...


Rain, rain and more rain!

Rain, rain and more rain!

Life with goats is very entertaining to say the least.  I love to observe their quirky ways.  Each has their own personality, then there are things common to their breed. Lets talk about rain for example, goats do not like rain.  At the slightest sprinkle they sprint directly to the barn as though poison was being poured down from the heavens.  It is very comical to witness.  

Then there is the trauma that comes after the rain.....wet feet. Oh boy, they do not like to step in mud and will avoid it at all costs.  Now this is where personality comes into play because some of...


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Blog Sweet Blogging!

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Sausage & Ricotta Tart

Sausage & Ricotta Tart

Recipes like this are great because you can change it up so much.  Add your choice of meat (bacon, Italian sausage, roasted chicken), add your favorite vegetables (sweet pepper, kale, even a few tomatoes).  Here is the recipe I used when I cooked this on the TV cooking segment, don't forget to scroll to the end of this post and follow the link to see the segment ( it takes a while to load). Enjoy.....

I have broken this down into two recipes the crust and the filling:

Ingredients for the crust:

1 1/2 cups wholewheat...


Summer Squash Griddle Sandwich

Summer Squash Griddle Sandwich

 This has been a family favorite of ours for years, we know summer is in full swing when we start eating this.  It is a great way to eat a lot of squash (once those squash plants start producing there is no stopping them, well other than the arrival of the squash bugs)and so quick to make.  I usually make giant batches of this and freeze in one meal portions, it freezes so well and is lovely to enjoy a taste of summer whilst hauled up by the wood burning stove in January.

I gave a little twist to our...