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About Me

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     My dream is to help bring the joy and love back to cooking. My recipes are approachable for every skill level. any level of cook and are all homemade. 

Every recipe you make, and every click, comment and rating on my website supports my business, and allows me to provide this content for free. You’re feedback is invaluable; If you’ve made something you enjoyed, I would greatly appreciate if you leave a comment and a star rating on the recipe! I am in the process of updating my site.

     It took me some time to figure out what I wanted to put on my about me page, but this morning I figured out the perfect answer. Here is where I will upload our farm pictures and our life around the farm. Not only do we love great recipes, we enjoy our farm to the fullest. We raise goats and chickens. We moved to our farm about a year ago, and have a unique situation that we cherish very much.  About a year ago, my oldest son Steven and the rest of our gang, decided to get a farm, and take care of each other. We have my husband and I  in our house, then my oldest son Steven and his wife Alicia in their house, and Alicia's mom in another.  We love it!  My job here is to do the canning (so look for those recipes this summer!)  We all get along great, sometimes it's complete craziness, but it's full of so much love here. We make farm living fun, from our bon fires, to our cookouts we do it together. My husband and I have been married 31 years and have 4 beautiful grown children.  Thank you for coming here and being a part of our lives. 

Here are a few photo's of our farm life. 

    Candy is quite the card! Her mother had her about 3 months ago along with another twin (both are girls) and for some reason or another she wouldn't take Candy and tried to hurt her. The other one she took fine. So we (my husband Bart and I) took on bottle feeding this little one. When I went to make breakfast this morning, I noticed she wasn't pulling at my pant legs like normal, so when I looked around I couldn't stop laughing and had to call my husband into the kitchen. Funny, the things that happen in farm life.  

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Our babies are hatching! Right now we are incubating over 100 eggs, these were the first four born. We have a total of 9 right now. Totally excited!  I will add a new pic when all of them are hatched! 

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