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Home Made Turkey Stock, how to make your own liquid gold

When we made the decision a few years ago to try and raise and grow all of our own food on our precious little homestead, we never knew how much we would take pride in using every little bit of every fruit, vegetable and even animal. If you follow us regularly, you know that this… Continue reading Home Made Turkey Stock, how to make your own liquid gold

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cooking, farming, gardening, homemade, homesteading, pigs, raising turkeys, recipes, turkeys

Our Homestead Thanksgiving, also known as “Satsgiving”

We have certainly all heard of Thanksgiving, and even “Friendsgiving”, but let me introduce you to “Satsgiving”. I can’t really tell you exactly when Satsgiving started, but I can tell you that it all started from a love of food and cooking, even at an early age. I was fortunate enough to have grown up… Continue reading Our Homestead Thanksgiving, also known as “Satsgiving”

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The Key To Homesteading Success is Closer Than You Think

When we think of homesteading, our thoughts often turn to chickens, pigs and huge gardens full of vegetables. But there is one main ingredient that is always overlooked. The most productive and important things on the homestead are the people.  Your homestead is always limited by how much work you and your family is willing and… Continue reading The Key To Homesteading Success is Closer Than You Think

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Freezing Kale, The Test of a Marriage

Why would freezing kale for the winter be a test of a marriage? Let us explain…. We live in the Northeast and our winters can be very long, and for an anxious gardener, it can be tough mentally. So as soon as possible, we like to get our hands dirty and get our cold weather… Continue reading Freezing Kale, The Test of a Marriage

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Pork Empanadas with Primo and Mary’s Black Bean and Corn Salsa

As our fellow homesteaders are aware, the barter system is still alive and well. We have traded many things such as pickles, vegetables and honey for many other things, including the fertilized egg that gave us Mr. Wing (remember him?). But, a new trade came about recently that was a little unconventional. Eggs and maple… Continue reading Pork Empanadas with Primo and Mary’s Black Bean and Corn Salsa