Last few years Samantha has been raising sheep as a 4-H project. This is a small project, but Tim and I have the benefit of being the only ones to like lamb (besides Samantha), so we get first dibs on…
Even though us tough Minnesota types will grill outside when it is negative 20 degrees, 50 degrees and sunny really brings out the charcoal and gas kings.
We continue to pray for those in Japan.
Just like humans can have unpredictable pregnancy, so too can dairy cattle. This has nothing to do with whether the farm is large, small, grazing or confinement. Nature is nature and there are somethings we just don’t understand.
No need for take out when you are creative!
Well I guess Mother Nature decided to take back spring. This week feels like an early April’s Fools joke.
The following video from Perennial Plate is of the kill floor at Lorenz Meats and the cuts of meat in beef. If you have never seen a kill floor before, this is a great example of a well run and clean facility.
I love exploring new recipes at the same time teaching my children about their heritage. This St. Patrick’s day I vowed to make something “Irish.” And what is more Irish than Shepherd’s Pie.
Now that our over 60 inches of snow is melting, we have to deal with one sticky problem. MUD.