Homesteading, Organic Gardening

Making Hard Cheese- A Great Class

I spent Saturday at Falster Farms in Winnsboro, Texas learning how to make hard cheese.  Nancy Falster taught the class and she and her husband, Karl, own and operate Falster Farms- a sustainable family farm growing food that is "fit to eat."  These are great people who are passionate about living in such a way… Continue reading Making Hard Cheese- A Great Class

For The Kitchen, Herbs, Recipes

Sauce Bechamel

A few years back, when I decided that in the way of eating my family deserved better, I found myself in a quandry.  You see, when you cut processed and boxed food out of your diet you cut out a lot of convenience- at first glance.  Because of the lack of teaching basic fundamentals in… Continue reading Sauce Bechamel

Family Fun, Homesteading, Random Thoughts

A land that flows with milk…..

There is a lot of excitement around the farm.  Given the time of the year, you might think it has to do with Thanksgiving and Christmas.  And all though the holidays to bring lots of cheer, the excitement right centers around a creamy white liquid…. We have raw milk again! Since the summer was so… Continue reading A land that flows with milk…..

Family Fun, Homesteading, Parenting, Random Thoughts

Got Milk?

One of the best things about having a farm and all the animals that go along with it, is getting to share them with my nieces.  Katie & Rylie are frequent guests and are always so excited to tag along with their cousins to do morning chores. Usually, Rylie goes with Sierra and Katie goes… Continue reading Got Milk?