It’s cold. Well, where I am in Massachusetts it is. I love to decorate with the seasons. As I awaken into the world, you can usually find me walking around my home in bare feet and flannels on a cold, winter morning. I fill up my mug and begin my day. But, the rhythms and routines depend on the season and I need to make sure that my home matches the season I’m in and there are a few reasons for this.…
Welcome to Homesteading
Homesteading is defined by Wikipedia as follows, “Homesteading is a lifestyle of self-sufficiency. It is characterized by subsistence agriculture, home preservation of food, and may also involve the small scale production of textiles, clothing, and craftwork for household use or sale. Homesteading is pursued in different ways around the world—and in different historical eras.”
I hope you enjoy this homesteading category. I have included everything from baking from scratch to finances and much more. Sip on a warm or cold something and enjoy!
I really do! I do! I do! I do! But where do I begin? Do I strip my walls of everything until it’s naked. Gone? Poof? Oh, there are so many questions that lie in the world of minimalism and I want to figure out the secret so I am going to my sources……
This recipe was adapted from the blog Olive and Mango and her adaption from where she found it is stated below. This recipe is so delicious and mouth-watering. I did change a few things and omitted some things. I hope you enjoy it as much as my family did! I used my large black skillet and it worked perfectly. I have such a strong love of my skillet! You can also use a roasting pan too!