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Baked Spaghetti with Zucchini

Easier than lasagna, this one is just as good.  It’s also a great way to sneak some vegetables into the kids’ diet.

Cook 1/2 pound of spaghetti according to the package and  place in a 9 x 13 baking dish. 175 more words

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My Favorite Month.

Most people, it seems, sigh a collective groan in February. I get it. I mean, can you think of another month in which an entire country founded on rational thought suspends reality to anthropomorphize a rodent and infer his weather opinion? 482 more words


Toasted Walnut Banana Bread

I had some rather ripe bananas sitting around.  I had some cream cheese that needed used.  I combined those into toasted walnut banana bread.

Cream: 83 more words

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Bread Circus.

On the tip of a farmer, I’ve been calling a bakery in Richmond to see if they have any expired bread for cheap. He said he could load a truck for $20. 678 more words

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Raspberry Cheesecake Tarts

If you’ve been hanging out here for very long, you know if I post a recipe, it’s going to be easy.  I like easy.  I don’t have  a lot of time on the farm to spend all day making complicated dishes.   372 more words

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Pumpkin Brownies

There’s something about fall and pumpkins that just inspires me to bake.  This weekend I baked and processed two pumpkins.

I decided to try pumpkin brownies with some of the pumpkin puree that I didn’t need for my holiday pies. 172 more words

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Drug Resistant Parasites in Goats (Part I)

Anyone who has had goats know that they seem to be more susceptible to parasites than any other animal on the plant.  Add to that worms that are becoming increasingly resistant to chemical wormers, and that’s the stuff that keeps me awake at night.   1,332 more words