Kansas may be flat, but that ensures some great sunrises. This was the view from the porch a bit ago.
Getting some things organized...I'll be back in a bit! Happy Friday, Everyone!!
Loving the whole thing Shelby! Sunrise in the country is a time I hope to see soon.
Thank you so much! I hope you do, too!
This has been a lovely blog, Shelby. Thank you for showing off "Flyover Country" in such a beautiful way.
I've never heard it called that, but, it's very correct! I love seeing all of the fields from up above. Very "symmetrical".
But, I have eaten soybean after soybean while walking along the rows.
I was going to ask you - do you ever boil up a bunch for edamame? They make an amazing summer sanck with beer. Or mixed in with rice and a bit of salt.
As for the ginger - in the days when I was a kid before fresh gingerroot was commonly available at local supermarkets, my Dad used to use candied ginger to substitute in stir-fries and the like. Not exactly authentic, but "make do and mend" as it were.
Your pictures of venison jerky are wonderful - does your husband take it hunting with him? I confess, before I read the whole post as the pictures loaded, I thought I was looking at Korean barbecue.
I really really would like to start an edamame topic somewhere because I'm DYING to do more with my soybeans. I need all of your ideas and input. If I start a topic in the cooking section I need your brain in there.
It DOES look like Korean bbq a bit!
That is a FINE looking dehydrator! Do you do fruit and veggies in it, too?
Please tell me tomorrow is goose and noodles...I've been looking forward to that one ever since you mentioned it!
We just got the dehydrator for Christmas and you guys are all witnessing our first time using it.
I had a really cheap, crappy one before and, after trying a few times, I just gave up and it's in the basement on a shelf.
I'm dying to dry herbs and tomatoes in it. And fruit...you just inspired me...banana chips??
YES, tomorrow is goose and noodles day!!!
I have it all ready to go in the slow cooker early in the morning.
I'm going to try to fit in a couple of things besides that tomorrow. AND, my husband is going deer hunting in the morning, so cross your fingers.
IF he gets a deer--it's going to be one big day of blogging lol.