Maple Carrot Cake - The Recipe That Inspired the Tea

 

Easter is coming quicker than quick, and it's time to start planning that Easter Brunch or Easter Dinner menu! Or maybe its not brunch, but linner (lunch & dinner), like we are hosting down on the farm this year.

We will be serving the traditional ham at our brunch/linner, along with...

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Meet Joanna Gaines of the Prairie- Jill Winger

 

What does Joanna Gaines have to do with the Wyoming Prairie?

Many of you probably know who Joanna and Chip Gaines are. But just in case you don't, Joanna Gaines and her husband Chip, are the stars of the HGTV series Fixer Upper, as well as the owners of Magnolia Journal, Silo's Baking and...

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Kombucha That Keeps on Giving (Continuous Brew)

 

With spring in the air, dandelions in bloom, and seed planting up on us, I'm also dreaming of cooler drinks over hot ones.

While there is always room for a good cuppa hot tea in the morning, the warmer weather has me turning to iced and sun tea as well as cold, bubbly, kombucha. There is...

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Simple Maple Lemon Curd

 

Sweet. Fresh. Spring Like.

Lemon Curd is the quintessential must-have for topping your tea time scones. Not only is it the most fabulous tasting topping but its also very simple to make and a great way to use up any springtime egg abundance you might have. Paired with clotted...

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Why Sprouted Wheat Is Better & Sprouted Wheat Biscuit Recipe

 

Biscuits are the quintessential farmhouse food, next to maybe a loaf of fresh baked bread. They are the perfect quick food for a slower life style. Faster than baking bread, yet just as hearty. 

Today we are sharing with you our basic sprouted wheat biscuit recipe. One we often throw...

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How to Make Herbal Kombucha (During 1st Ferment)

 

“80% of your immune system lives in your gastrointestinal tract and probiotics can help. Approximately 500 different species of bacteria live inside you. The weight of these bacteria is about two to three pounds.” Institute of Health Sciences.

What we eat and drink...

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Savory Onion Chive Scones (Gluten Free)

 

As I sit here typing this the rain is coming down. In droves..... and droves.... and droves. While it's not cold and there isn't any snow, the rain just sucks the heat out of the house and makes it dark and dreary inside.

Thank goodness for the crackling of a wood stove to heat our...

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Gather Around - Fall FarmHouse Recipes

 

 "The best of times are always found,
When family & friends are gathered around."

This is truly my favorite time of year because the heat of the summer is tamed, the farm work outside is mostly done and it's now time to spend hours inside with friends and family. By enjoying the...

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Rosemary Gruyere Savory Scone Recipe

 

 

Ahh, light and fluffy, with fresh rosemary and savory cheeses! These Rosemary Gruyere Savory Scones are the perfect addition to your afternoon luncheon or tea. Served with a crustless spinach quiche and the perfect cuppa earl grey or English breakfast tea and you are set for a...

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How We Failed in Our Fall Garden

 

"Failures are a part of life. If you don't fail, you don't learn. If you don't learn you won't change." -unknown.

Our gardens this last year have been quite the learning process. Our broccoli was full of bugs, the cabbage went from planting last fall until this fall to mature. A section in...

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Chocolate Hazelnut Dainty Date Bites

 

Tea Time. The words bring to mind, delicate, dainty, white, sugary treats. Paired with a dark black cup of tea to counteract the sweetness from the treats. Who doesn't enjoy it, but later finds that their blood sugar is sky high, they are still hungry because those quick carbs have...

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5 FARMHOUSE SCONE RECIPES (GLUTEN FREE, SUGAR FREE, EINKORN)

Some may say that a scone is a sophisticated baked good. While I agree that their delicate and refined nature might suggest sophistication, they really are not that hard to bake. Scones take many different faces from a drop scone, to a fine cut wedge, to a rustic round shape. One thing is for...

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