Author Archives: Nancy Wolff

 Welcome to The  HomeAcre  Hop! We’ve finally had some beautiful sunny days. More snow in the forecast however and it seems that everyone is counting the days till spring! I love all the season in Vermont, well except for mud season! I am looking forward to getting back in the garden however! Please join us this week and share Read More…

gardening, composting, prudent living

Remember my worm farm? It’s been in operation for over a year now and is doing quiet well. During the warmer months I move the whole worm farm outside into a protected area where it is under the eves of the house. However during the winter months I move the container into our garage. Our Read More…

Peanut Butter Dog Treats.

When we had two dogs I made dog treats more often. Now that we only have one dog (my daughter’s Boston Terrier) I don’t make treats as often. However this week we were out of dog treats and Riley expects one when she comes in from doing her business. I really didn’t feel like making a Read More…

We all have our favorite uses for lemon juice and honey, but did you know it could be used to help with colds, coughs and sore throats? That’s right next time you feel a little under the weather try some of these remedies. Sip this warm elixir to reduce a fever. Combine 1 ½ teaspoons Read More…

Oatmeal Pancakes

My husband and I are working on eating healthy at every meal. For breakfast we eat a lot of oats, either in the form of my homemade granola or in hot oatmeal. I decided to change things up and make some oatmeal pancakes for variation. These pancakes are very hearty and make a perfect Saturday Read More…

 Welcome to The  HomeAcre  Hop! It just keeps snowing and snowing here in Vermont! Thinking the birds might appreciate a little treat for Valentine’s Day! I love all the season in Vermont, well except formed season! The frost on the windows has been beautiful. It’s also been great snow for snowshoeing! Please join us this week and share your Read More…

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