Living the Country Life

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Butter your biscuits the old fashioned way
Years ago I volunteered at a local living history museum, on an 1850’s farm. One of my jobs was to make butter with the wooden churn. I got pretty good at it and the taste was incredible....
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A touch of tasty honey can completely transform a meat dish OR a sweet dish. Try out these recipes and see how honey can provide a whole new level of flavor.
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These gluten-free dishes are big on flavor! When buying ingredients, make sure they are all gluten free as well.
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Forget the packaged egg dye kits this year, and use items from the kitchen to color your Easter eggs! Try one of these simple recipes, or make up your own and see what colors you get!
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This Michigan couple raises bees and makes an ancient drink from the honey.
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When customers can sample the goods, revenue goes up
Last year at my local farmer’s market, one of the vendors was selling jars of homemade sauerkraut. Normally I would have passed by this booth, but they were offering samples. I tried it, liked...
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It's not hard to pull professional-looking loaves out of the oven
When I was little, we would often visit an elderly lady who was a dear friend of our family. What I remember most about her place was the smell – there was always a loaf of bread baking in the...
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We were so inspired by the impressive Crumptown Farm produce that we came up with some recipes to put all those fresh veggies to use. Try out these 10 recipes with various vegetables thrown in.
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What’s better than chocolate candy or chocolate chip cookies? Combining them together, of course!
I never met chocolate I didn’t like. Or chocolate chip cookies, for that matter. I found a recipe from our sister publication, Better Homes and Gardens, for chocolate chip cookie dough truffles...
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The Jonas family of Indiana created Goat Milk Stuff with the help of their children.

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