Vegetables

25 May 19
Blog

God's amazing blessings abound! His creation itself illustrates his wonderful creativity. This is an interesting object course, God blesses God and helps them to consider the goodness of God. This is what you do: The objects you will use for this course will become the crown. I just found a beautiful plastic ornate crown at…

Coronation Blessing – A Fun Biblical Object for Children's Lessons was originally published on China

25 May 19
The Log Farm

Stop by and check out or Farmers Market on Saturday from 9am-2pm. This week we have TangleWind Eats here with their BBQ. Serving up hot and ready to eat back bacon on a bun, sausages and hot dogs!! We also have TaMaLitOs here this week, serving up a delicious traditional Mexican dish. Their TaMaLitOs are […]

25 May 19
kaiserswest

Life is racing past, at the speed of, well, life. I sometimes cannot get a handle on it. There is so much happening! LOL! The best thing? Spring has sprung. And the greening of the state, and the flowers starting to bloom, lightens the spirit, for sure! And I have been thinking about restoration and […]

25 May 19
Archy Worldys

Where you least expect it, sometimes you will find wonderful and new curiosities about the gastronomic world. And if not, see how through a lamb recipe you can learn something about the life of Christopher Columbus, specifically in a chapter of the mythical program 'With Hands in the Dough', issued on November 19, 1986 and […]

25 May 19
Andreas Mehler

This summer road trip guide includes:  How to respond during an unexpected emergency. Driving tips that will help keep you and your family safe. A comprehensive checklist for getting your vehicle prepared. What to place in your emergency kit, including something we overlook. Best times of the week to drive and the risks that come […]

25 May 19
beyondgumbo

Beef Shish Kabobs is a great recipe for the Memorial Day Weekend. My family made these kabobs on camping trips years ago. The first time we made this recipe, we couldn’t believe how tender and flavorful was the meat. The perfect supper cooked over an open fire under the mountain skies of the Blue Ridge […]

25 May 19
About Eating

Right now I’m waiting for a rhubarb custard pie to finish baking. As I was assembling the pie with the help of granddaughter, Ellery, age 4 (yes, it’s that easy), I was wondering how many of you eat and/or grow rhubarb.  Maybe you know rhubarb as the “pie plant”. Technically, rhubarb is a vegetable, not […]

25 May 19
PoopBite

Evidence suggests that over 90% of adults know their sun (zodiac) signs. Some surveys also indicate that well over half agree that the signs’ character descriptions are a good fit: Ariens are energetic, Taureans stubborn, and Scorpios secretive, for example. [Also read, 7 Simple Habits Change That Will Help You Reduce Belly Fat, Weight Loss] […]

25 May 19
Tri Moose

Where have I been? Geez, just busy. Came back from Germany and hit the ground running. Been doing 2-3 workouts a day usually consisting of: Weekdays: Strength (early morning-pre 0530) Conditioning (CrossFit or HIIT – mid morning or afternoons) Endurance (Run, Bike, Swim – evenings) Weekends: Endurance (Brick workout or mini tri) I ended up […]

25 May 19

Food poisoning, chances are that you have gotten ill from food at some stage. It’s not a nice experience. Running back and forth to the the toilet. Getting hot and cold sweats and gastric problems that can last for weeks. There is no telling if the food that you eat is going to make you […]

25 May 19
Food

4.4 ounce package
English Oak used in the smoking
Great on steaks or vegetables