Tonight I started up Soup Sunday's again, with the help of my mother in law - she gave me a Soups magazine that has about a billion soups in it, ok maybe not a billion but its up there for sure. Anyways, tonight I made Tomato Tortellini Soup, it only took about 20 minutes to make and it was delicious! I also got sourdough bread at the store and toasted it in the oven then rubbed fresh garlic on it, wow delicious. I made a salad, it should have been easy just lettuce, and then a dressing of pepper, salt, olive oil, and lemon juice but I killed it with too much salt so that got thrown. It would have gone to the chickens but they are not supposed to have citrus.
The greatest thing about Soup Sunday's is that there is usually enough for at least the next day for a work lunch.
Yesterday for New Year's I made chicken enchiladas, we found these great handmade tortillas at the store and let me tell you, they were divine~ we have extras so those will be for work lunches too.
Obviously I am not very good at documenting my life with a camera but I do my best. I do like my camera, but I would like to pretend that if I had a really nice Nikon or Cannon with a power zoom lens I would take more and do better, of course that is just pretend. Pictures will be posted as I remember but here are some of the farm to keep you happy.
Me and the ponies, Rags and Jazz and two of the Chickens, Solo and Lacey.
The cutest puppies ever, Sakari and Cooper.
The "Goat Whisperer" and the goats, Annabelle and Penelope
"These things I warmly wish for you - someone to love, some work to do, a bit o' sun, a bit o' cheer and a guardian angel always near." - Old Irish Greeting