Growing up I loved going to visit my family in Oklahoma! I was most definitely an outdoor kid and loved the time I spent on my grandparents farm. There was always a certain way that their farmhouse sounded, smelled and felt when I was there. I moved a lot as a kid and after graduating college I moved back home to Oklahoma. I will always associate Oklahoma as my home even though I grew up in several states. Growing up…
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This breakfast reminds me to a dessert my mum made for us when we were young. She loved to make semolina pudding with warm raspberry sauce. Now, many years later I tought about it and had to make it again. Of course I changed the semolina for oats, because I’m a diehard oats fan. Really, I should […] via WARM WINTER PORRIDGE WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE —
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The warm days we had in fall have finally given way to cold blustery snow. I’m am very grateful today to be able to look out my window and see both horses have chosen to stay in their stalls and Purdy and all her sheep are warm and dry in their hoop houses today. Since the wind is so cold with wet snow it seems like a great day to stay inside with the dogs! I’m hoping to get some…
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Thanksgiving is coming and it is almost time to get the turkey out and start prepping it. If you are still looking for ideas for you turkey check out our post from last year that includes our brine to soak your bird in! Turkey Day
Some dogs get excited around dinner time knowing it’s almost time for their beloved dinner. Gus however gets excited towards the evening and anytime I go towards the kitchen he thinks I’m going to do chores. This Border Collie loves doing chores with me and working sheep, and I love this Border Collie!
One of my favorite things that my family makes during this season and into the New Year is banana nut bread. This is the recipe that we use, and, given that I happened to have a few bananas that have gone quite ripe, I figured it was the perfect opportunity to attempt to make it […] via Banana Nut Bread — Montana Travels