Spam? Did you say Spam?
With summer arriving in full heat, so do the cucumbers. Who doesn't love a crisp dill pickle? Not to many people make brine or "crock" pickles anymore because they not only take several weeks to make, but many people today do not understand that the "stuff" that comes to the top, is good bacteria and … Continue reading Fermented Dill Pickles
Nothing says summer like Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
An angel protected me in his wings, He taught me to Fly, to fight & to sing. He picked me up, shattered beyond repair, And pieced me together with loving care. He asked for only, a third of my heart, So I gave him my all, never to part. Written by Kay Lynn Rice Dedicated … Continue reading In Return
Most people have heard of beef tongue sandwiches, but this is our favorite recipe using this organ meat.
Bartering has been around longer than any other form of exchange for goods. You have something I need/want, I have something you need/want. We trade in an honest transaction of similar value.
In my opinion one of the simplest beginner crochet blankets is the Traditional Chevron Pattern. My Momma states that its her favorite because she doesn't need a pattern, she can just take off and do it. By mixing up the colors, stripe widths and all kinds of fun variations, no 2 blankets have to look … Continue reading Traditional Chevron Baby Blanket
A basic spicy fish recipe loved in the Rice Household.
A traditional chocolate cream pie recipe
Cabbage Roll Soup, perfect for a cold winter's meal.