Keeping track of eggs can be difficult, especially if you find yourself getting ready to incubate a couple dozen or more. You may have several different breeds of chickens in your barnyard and need an easier process for storing and incubating. Read about how we handle our eggs and incubation at Abundance Farms.
I love Chinese food. You have no idea how much I enjoy non-fish Chinese food! Over the last year, I have been trying to learn more and more about preparing my own dishes. Most of the time, I just go 100% by the recipe. Recently I found a Chinese Sticky Pork recipe on the Majestic Wine Blog and thought “well, sounds pretty good”. From there, I made what is now my favorite pork dish! I adjusted it to yield more sauce, took out a few things that I didn’t have on hand, and added in some stuff I did have…BAM! Prepare yourselves for tastiness!
Let me let you in a little secret…I have never purchased anything from Etsy until VERY recently. About 6 months ago, I found myself at an arts and crafts show. I found peppermint soap and thought it sounded fantastic! I loved it, used it, and it was gone. I had to go back to normal, plain, store bought soap. It’s amazing how disappointing it was to not smell that lovely aroma of peppermint in the shower. Finally, I said NO MORE! I went to Etsy, looked for peppermint soap, and found a shop called Bubbles & Beads (http://www.etsy.com/shop/BubblesNBeads). The shop was having a clearance on Candy Cane/Peppermint soap. Much to my pleasure, my husband ordered me the last two bars. Read more to find out about my experience…
I absolutely love fried rice! I used to have to wait until I could go to a Chinese restaurant to enjoy this lovely dish, but lately I’ve been making it at home! If you love fried rice, but don’t know how to make it, continue reading!
In Photographing Livestock, we covered some basic. Here are the main points:
- Setting. Make sure you photograph in a nice setting. This means grass and trees. If you’re property doesn’t look so great at the moment, ask for permission to use a neighbor or friend’s property.
- Lighting. Avoid taking photographs in the harsh noon sun. Instead, photograph either one hour after sunrise or one hour before sunset.
- Get creative. Use cute props like hay or flowers.
In this post, we are going to cover advanced topics like equipment and aperture, shutter speed, and ISO.