Breathing is kind of important, don’t you agree?Read More
If you love pickles, you’re going to love these honey pickled radishes! If you’re on the fence about radishes, these honey pickled radishes are going to win you over, I promise. Read More
It’s going to be a crazy next few months, y’all, what with moving, installing new gardens, mending fences, and adding pigs, more laying hens and more meat birds to our homestead. On top of all the renovations in the new house.
Oh, and did I mention we’re thinking of boarding horses? Yep, it’ll be a learning curve, for sure.
Despite the initial mayhem, we’re determined to continue and even expand our pastured poultry production in order to grow as much of our family’s food as possible. That’s the whole goal of moving to the new farm with more land.
Mr. Native Texan is in charge of the animals on our homestead and this week he’s taking over the blog to tell us how to raise pastured poultry…Read More
I’ve received several questions lately about how to make kombucha, so it’s time for a tell-all post…
Good news: we’re in the process of negotiating an offer on our current house, which is fantastic because we just bought a farm and we only need one house.
My family is super excited to leave behind that joyous time of keeping the house immaculate for countless showings. Now we can go back to living like slobs. Just kidding! Sort of.
Is That An Alien? Monkey Brains?
But seriously, another great thing about no more showings is that I will no longer have to answer this question, asked while pointing to three gallon-sized jars atop the hutch just outside our kitchen: What is THAT!?
THAT would be kombucha.Read More
Y’all, we closed on the new farm last Friday. It still feels a bit surreal, but it’s really happening! It’s time to hit the ground running with renovations, and I need your help!Read More
Paleo Sesame Garlic Chicken with Broccoli & Sweet Potatoes is a simple one-pot meal with flavorful results fancy enough for guests or a special occasion.Read More
All the terrible things you’ve heard about salt are true, but only when it comes to table salt. Real salt, on the other hand, is necessary for good health. And you’re probably not getting enough of it.Read More
I’m not strictly Paleo, but I do feel so much better when avoiding grains. For that reason, I’ve been determined to find nutrient-dense, grain-free substitutes for all of the grain-filled convenience foods my family used to rely on. These onion nut dehydrator crackers are one of my biggest grain-free wins! Read More
Note from Kathleen: Today I’m welcoming my favorite guest post author…my husband, Mr. Native Texan! Also known as Greg. He’s definitely the animal expert on our homestead, so I’m going to let him tell you all about our experience with our livestock guardian dog Mudge.