This pie will be your new holiday favorite. Combining flavorful fruit and a creamy custard, it's best served warm, with a dollop of whipped cream (or maybe some vanilla ice cream) on top.
If you love chips and salsa at your favorite Mexican restaurant, but have never made any yourself, you've got to try this recipe. It's so simple, yet packed with flavor, and can easily be made with ingredients you grow yourself.
Our Valentine's Day Give-Away was such a huge success, Kenny is eager to do another, and our Think Spring! contest couldn't be easier.
As the weather warms up, we all start thinking of planting gardens of flowers and vegetables, and many of us have already started seeds indoors. That's the inspiration for this contest...
We realized that it's been a long time since we've done a give-away, and decided it's high time we do another.
This time we're giving away a lovely gift set of two bars of our handcrafted Goat Milk Soap.
Here's the twist, you're entering this contest not for you, but for your Valentine.
Now is the time of year that new beekeepers are taking courses from their local clubs. I remember when I took the course several years ago, there were many people there who had no experience keeping bees. I was lucky, I had already worked with bees and my experience with my great uncle's apiary in Carroll County is what made me want to have my own hives.
I took a few minutes to think about what were some of the important things people told me when I was just getting started, or that I've learned over the years, that I think it would be good for all new beekeepers to hear. They might not be the most important, but definitely good to know.
This recipe was originally published by Derek Morris in Our State Magazine. It's a great way to enjoy Pawpaws, but if you don't have any on hand, you could easily substitute in Bananas.