Joshua on January 25th, 2011

Making ravioli by hand is hard. Making them with your kids is not any easier, but a lot more fun. This weekend the kids and I made homemade ravioli. We don’t have a pasta maker so we did it all the old fashioned way.  The kids helped, did much of the work actually, every step […]

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Joshua on August 23rd, 2009

Last week I ran across this very easy recipe for making butter and thought the kids would like it.  I asked Wesley what he thought and he was all for it.  Of course, what goes better with homemade butter than homemade bread?  Nothing, that’s what.  So we made bread, too. This morning Jillian and I […]

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Amber on August 24th, 2008

On Wednesday we went with Angela and Wesley to the Boggy Creek Farmer’s Market.  It is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9-1.  They say to come early for the best selection.  We were there about 9:45 and there was a lot of everything but lettuce and tomatoes.  They were all gone. The boys carried the […]

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Joshua on May 30th, 2008

Epicurious has released a neat little interactive map that shows you what is in season for each month of the year for each state.  A handy little tool when we get produce that looks good, but tastes like cardboard filling our supermarkets yearround.  It is especially helpful when you say, I don’t know, move across […]

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