Scrumptious Living

Our Family’s Farm Recipes

Please enjoy our family recipes with me, as I introduce my new husband to our wonderful family recipes … and my special versions of some.

[Note: I have moved my recipe directory to the url below. Thank you in advance for visiting. ~ firefly]


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  1. i can attest these deserve a blue ribbon. yum. perfect with honey…and as an side-kick to rib-sticking bbq (i lost the mojo for the citrus and sage roasted chicken…so i convinced df to grill!)

  2. I noticed that you mentioned Sugar’n SPice yarn in one of your blogs. I have been searching all over for this brand, but can only find Sugar’n Cream. Can you please help me by telling me where you purchased this yarn? I checked, which you mentioned in the blog, but they also only had …cream. Thanks in advance for your help, I am looking for a very special person.

  3. i wish i knew hos to do a blog, where do you start? Ran across yours from a gal who bought some raw fleeces from me. I live on a 40 acre farm in Mo and we raise a small flock of sheep so i spin and have fablous yarn to knit with. we are lambing right now and it is so much fun. thanks for sharing yours with others. holly

  4. Hi, Just want to Thank You for the lovely reciepes. I am so excited to try the Irish Soda Bread. When i was little, my Mother use to take me to MayCompany for thier delicious Iris Soda Bread. I miss it so much! But now i have the reciepe. So Thank You for sharing with all of us. Nanette

  5. Hi,
    I was wondering if you sale you mini stocking for hanging on the christmas trees? And if so, how much would they be?


  6. Hallo , you are a wonderfoll women !

    Thomas from switzerland

  7. Hi there,
    Wrote to you once before! I live on a farm in South Africa 200 miles North West of Cape Town.
    I just wanted to say how nice it is reading your blog and all your other interesting articles, especially your knitting patterns and recipes. As I have lots of time on my hands I do loads of knitting, mainly small items…kids sweaters, loved the little jolee baby sweater.

    Thank you!
    Kind regards,

  8. If I remember correctly, there was mention of a black bean hummus recipe…sounded wonderful and I would love to try it, unfortunately I can not find it. Was I mistaken? Anyone willing to enlighten me?

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