May Flowers Bring Warm Reminders

Flower power may be a phrase dedicated to the hippie-era, but I witnessed the real thing in 2020. Last year, as we found ourselves in the midst of the COVID lockdown and I scrambled to find ways to entertain two preschoolers, while still doing my other fulltime job. Who would have thought that a rangelandContinue reading “May Flowers Bring Warm Reminders”

Recipe Card: Shephard’s Pie

Shephard’s pie is one of my go-to weeknight meals during the winter. It’s classic comfort food and easy to get on the table quickly! Ingredients 1 pound of ground beef (I think technically shephard’s pie is made with ground lamb and ground beef is called cottage pie…but used any ground meat you want) Garlic OnionContinue reading “Recipe Card: Shephard’s Pie”

Recipe Card: Beef Tips

Beef tips is one of my go-to recipes. It’s easy and delicious! 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 2 pounds beef stew meat cut into 1” cubes 24 oz beef broth 2 Tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 2 Tablespoons Soy sauce 1 clove garlic ¼ Teaspoon onion salt (or a couple shakes minced onion) Salt and pepper to tasteContinue reading “Recipe Card: Beef Tips”

Sunday Nights Make Memories

This article was published with the Progressive Farmer Our Rural Roots series. Under quarantine, the days started to run together, and life began to feel mundane. The kids were going stir crazy locked up at home and, if I am honest, so were their parents. So, in an attempt to find some fun and salvageContinue reading “Sunday Nights Make Memories”