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Monthly Archives: March 2011
I woke up this fine rainy morning thinking, I will relax a bit today. Not so much. I threw my two house hens out the front window so their morning clucking would not wake Scott, put my two DEMANDING baby ducks out with them then made some coffee. Continue reading
Porterhouse steak can be a challenge to cook. The filet side cooks faster than the strip side, so care must be taken when cooking this delicious and usually more expensive steak. The difference between a T-bone and a Porterhouse? Continue reading
Our rabbits love dandelions, mustard plants and fennel. These are all available for scavenging on the way home and in the nearby lot. Rabbits like their processed pellets, but they LOVE fresh greens. They will finish off what you put in the cages in three or four hours and beg for more. The manure they produce is like golden poo. Continue reading