I received my recipes from Kelly in Montana, one of my farmgirl sisters from MJF a few weeks ago, the theme was Holiday recipes. It's intresting to see what other families traditional dishes are from around the country. I got a scalloped oyster and corn recipe, it was like Kelly knew exactly what i loved! Oysters are one of my absolute favorite foods and any member of my family can tell you that every Christmas Eve everyone has to hoard their share of smoked oysters before I find them..lol
I alsogot recipes for Christmas Strata and Cookie dough truffles!!! doesn't that sound so Christmasy?? Hubby and I are always looking for new recipes to add to our Holiday feast so this swap was perfect! As an added bonus Kelly knited me a beautiful Holiday dish rag(which i have already used and washed several times already! Thank you so much Kelly, I can't wait to make these recipes and will think of you everytime I make them!!
I believe in mother nature,, I know that natural is best,, and wish more people felt that way! We recycle, reduce and reuse!!! We recycle, compost, we use cloth napkins/cleaning rags. It's all about habit folks,, its not a hassle once you do it for awhile,, its about change:)
I have been married for 11 yrs to my best friend and soul mate, he is my teacher and my forever partner, we have struggled with infertility and have now decided against putting my body through any more trauma and to foster to adopt, whatever child the Lord choses to put in our hands will be ours no matter if it came from us or not. we live in a modest house in a country setting in Maine, we live the simple life and try to be as natural as possible in a crazy world so fixated on the here and now, the fast food and the fast life, to me that equals fast death. I plan on living long and healthy. everyday is a new lesson