Author Archives: Nancy Wolff

Late spring and early summer provide the perfect elements to kick off the year’s grilling season. Try out these fresh seasonal delights to add some delicious variety to your typical grilling fare: 1. Strawberry Kabobs Wash strawberries and slide one piece at a time onto bamboo skewers. Place on the grill for seven minutes. Make Read More…

What did you do this weekend? One of the things I got done was to organize our freezers. Winter is past and the growing season is upon us. Won’t be too many more weeks until we’re busy harvesting and freezing and canning that harvest! Every spring I take inventory of what’s in the freezer and Read More…

homemade lasagna, recipe box

I love homemade lasagna and have shared several recipes for various lasagnas in the past. One of my favorite recipes is Basil Pesto Lasagna. If you use your own homemade pesto, mozzarella and ricotta you have a real winner! This recipe was adapted from one I found on Epicurious.com. I decided to make two small Read More…

 Welcome to The HomeAcre Hop! We’re finally getting some rain and as a result things are really greening up! Definitely looks like spring now with all the new leaves on the trees and the fields turning bright green! Looking forward to having you join us this week and share your homesteading, homemaking or homeschooling post! After you’ve Read More…

Blooming plants

Today you can buy plants anywhere, in supermarkets, big-box stores and roadside stands. They often cost less in supermarkets than they do in nurseries, and it’s tempting to toss a box of petunias into the cart along with your groceries. Sometimes they’ll work out fine, but it’s a gamble. Plants at these stores may not Read More…

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