Monthly Archives: July 2013

Basic gravy

29July 2013 This weekend I made biscuits and gravy… Well I made the biscuits and Joe made the gravy. Gravy has always been something that I have been afraid of. Joe on the other hand makes wonderful gravy, and he … Continue reading

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Tomatillo?….

So earlier this month I found this guy growing in a pot that I had a tomatillo growing in. I love the volunteer plants that grow in my yard. I have been watering and taking good care of this plant … Continue reading

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Tomato flower drop

23 July 2013 Ok, so this past week I have been noticing that the flowers on my tomato plants are turning yellow where the potential stem is , and falling off. It is very discouraging and heart breaking seeing as … Continue reading

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Peanut butter

22 July 2013 Home made goodness I had purchased a food processor a couple years ago. I love it! It is so easy to make your own peanut butter with one. If you like Adams peanut butter you need to … Continue reading

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Making Mayo

19 July 2013 Making Mayo So I have decided that in my quest to feed my kids a little better than just buying off the shelf, that I would start scratch making things like peanut butter, mayo, BBQ sauce etc.. … Continue reading

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Tomatoes

12 July  2013 So while I was gone camping for 12 days, my 50 tomato plants decided to soak up the wonderful weather that decided to come our way. Needless to say I was forced to pull 15 of them … Continue reading

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Canning course

12 July 2013 On university of Georgia’s web site they offer a self paced, online course for people wanting to know more about home canning and preservation. http://nchfp.uga.edu/ It does take them about a week to get you a log in, … Continue reading

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