Tibetan Buddhists hang prayer flags high in the Himalayan Mountains. When the wind blows over a flag, the air is purified and goodwill is carried by the wind.
I did a bit of research. According to the CDC 30-40% of people in the United States suffer from some sort of insomnia. I have a sleep cure AND a way to make your children want to do homework every night!
Squash is easy to grow in any garden. My Iowa garden is no exception. I always have a bumper crop of butternut squash every fall. So here’s my favorite Squash Soup. This recipe makes 3 quarts! Add croutons for a dash of flavor and crunch.
I was planning to post about an easy and thrifty way to can pickles that taste like expensive deli pickles.
But instead I must discuss the Disastrous Derecho (Source: weather.gov) that blew in on August 10, 2020 that has brought Midwest farmers to their knees. (We were one of few that missed devastation, where the epicenter was less than 20 miles away. We are stunned the Derecho went around our tiny spot in the state.)
Whelp. The corn market sucks and the bean market sucks more. Or is it suckier?
In keeping with more postings of thrifty and easy recipes, here’s a recipe from the 1960’s. I don’t think Grandma was aware of the words Keto or Whole 30 back in the day, but she did have the good idea to put together this tasty side dish.
Change. We’ve all had some! There have been a couple hundred thousand of you who have voted by visiting my Pinterest account that you need thrifty, homemade food! So, starting today, I will be posting easy from-the-farm recipes more often until we all get through this. And because Lila gave me her large collection of vintage Midwest farm cookbooks, we are set for decades! (I’m not kidding…)