Friday, September 9, 2011

Meet our new baker and chef in residence...

At just 15 she taken over the kitchen ropes although she has been making some wonderful homemade bread for 2 years in our wood cookstove.   Here is applesauce fresh from our trees and herbal tomato soup from the garden.

Our school starts Monday.  What are you up to this weekend?

Be blessed today... Life is short.  

Acts 16:31 "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and though shalt be saved"!

It really is that easy... Don't wait, why not call on Him today?


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Anonymous said...

Nothing like having a new household chef I always say!! good for her!!...debbie

Renee said...

Isn't it a blessing when they start doing these amazing things when they are young?! We have been canning homemade tomato soup this week too! Have lots ready for winter! Are you planning any "Fall Family Farm" Day this year? Hubby and I would bring the family up if you do!

JuJu and Family said...

I'm just hopping on the computer after being without power in our county. I thought of you because we had to adjust so severely during that time. I'm sure it wouldn't phase you guys. I'll be posting on my experiences later, and things I'll be doing to be better prepared next time.
Take care

Mrs. Sew and Sew - Karen said...

I bet you are so proud of your daughter for being such a good help in the kitchen. You have done your job well it seems. Thank you for spreading the word of God! I am a believer and am striving to have a closer walk with him! It seems that my Kindle e-reader is becoming more full of books to help me do this. Of course I keep going back to my King James version Bible that I had as a child. Have you read any Max Lucado books? He is very inspirational to me and has a great devotional Bible that I really like. Have a great weekend! Karen

Ann at eightacresofeden said...

My baker in residence is at the markets at the moment - selling her amazing choc chunk and cranberry cookies. We have just returned from her market. My twins were very disappointed that she would not give them a cookie unless they were prepared to pay for them (she will bring home any that do not sell!)
We also went to the spring plant fair and came home with more fruit trees and various other edible plants. Guess I know what I'll be doing this weekend!

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