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Mountain Woman Rendezvous!
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Grab your cup of sweet tea today – it has been a very warm 106 degrees the last two weeks here – very warm and the sweet tea is refreshing with a touch of lemon essential oil.
We, as usual, have some fantastic posts leaving me struggling to choose the perfect one…. 🙂
Today I am featuring Mascarphone Made At Home by UrbanOveralls.net. I LOVE making my own cheese and I am looking forward to trying this with Goats Milk Cream. It is funny how we become familiar with things and I love how Urban Overalls mentioned that this was introduced to her via a movie and now someone will be introduced to it view MWR! ♥ Homemade cheese is amazing and the sky is the limit as far as the seasonings and such that we add for our own personal tastes and that of our families. Our first batch of mozzarella cheese lasted all of two minutes and is now heavily requested. I am going to start sharing the link to the Pin as well so you can add it for later reference as well: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/153403931032997493/. Thank you Urban Overall’s for taking the time to share and I LOVE the name!! Blessings to you and yours!
I also wanted to point out something ingenious that I saw today. Kathi from OakHillHomestead.com shared her “How To Freeze Corn” post and it brought back memories. We did a minimum of 200 ears each summer and sometimes even as many as 400 ears all dependent on the crop and availability when we were no longer growing that much ourselves. It was one of the most memorable times I have with my family. It was a fun time, I loved cutting the corn off the cob, but better yet – I got to eat corn ALL day…. Oh it was SO good, slathered with butter and salt! Kathi your picture with the angel food cake pan or a Bundt pan would work also is PERFECT!! Pin: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/153403931032997422/
Also be sure to check out the other post from Kathi of OakHillHomestead.com as she discusses some good point on how life and berry picking can go hand in hand and also Greg from theruraleconomist.blogspot.com on Chicken Trials. Great posts…. They were all GREAT posts!!
Thanks so much for joining me. I look forward to seeing what you all have to share today…
Tam (MWJ) ♥ <><
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