And my adorable little garden has sprouted! Oh em goodness, these little plants are so adorable I just want to give them a big squeeze.
But I’m pretty sure that would kill them.
Why do the best hugs always kill?
In conclusion, this weekend consisted of stuffing our faces with homemade natural yeast bread & smothering clean baby lambs with hugs. Don’t worry, they weren’t the killing kind of hugs. How ’bout you?
p.s. What do ya’ think of the new blog design? Pretty schnazzy, eh?
Sarah Oswald says
I really want that bread recipe! 🙂
I just found you through Pinterest, and already I heart you! I wish I could have chickens and baby lambs and natural yeast bread! I’ll just live vicariously through you, yes?
can’t wait for the sourdough-that-tastes-like-whole-wheat recipe!
oh yes, and i LOVE the fancy new look!
I will be anxiously waiting for your bread recipe. I got the free natural yeast and have not used it yet. Your baby goats are adorable. Seeing your chicken in a dish, I thought about my favorite chicken rub recipe and wanted to share it with you.
You rub this mixture all over a whole chicken(4-5#), stuff the chicken with one whole onion(quartered) and 4 cloves of garlic, place the chicken breast side down in a crockpot and cook it on low for 8 hours. No liquid needed – it makes it’s own juice.
2 tsp kosher salt
1 tsp smoked paprika
1 tsp onion powder
1/2 tsp dried thyme
1 tsp Italian seasoning
1/2 tsp cayenne pepper
1/2 tsp black pepper
pinch of chili powder
Hope your family enjoy!
Hey DaNelle! I’m fairly new to your blog, but I did notice the redesign – yes, very schnazzy! Just started following you on Pinterest, using your link up top. I knew you had goats, but not chickens and sheep! We are just (in a few weeks) about to move out to the country on 2.5 acres. I finally get to have the chickens and dairy goats I’ve dreamed about for years – WOOHOO! I’m looking forward to browsing through your site more to find out all your tips about chickens and goats. AND, after milling wheat and making my own bread for years, I’ve just recently become convinced that I need to be preparing it more traditionally, and souring appears to be the best way to go – so I am EXCITED to hear that you’ll be sharing a tried-and-true recipe that you’ve worked out!
Im new on the blo(ck)g and I love it the more I
read…Thank you for fantastic advice and just great simple health living principles!