A steak salad is a great way to have a light meal. This recipe has olives, blue cheese, and homemade Balsamic vinaigrette for flavor. …
One of the great things about living in rural America is the access to farm fresh traditional foods like eggs. The eggs I get are totally different then the eggs most of you reading this get. My eggs have richly colored yolks, a sign of chickens that eat a diet perfectly suited to a chicken, not a diet most chickens eat while stuck in a factor farm.
There are many people in my little area that have pastured hens, we did for awhile and most likely will again. I have officially started the conversation with my wife. I think our oldest daughter is mature enough to mind a few hens. I will keep you updated on my progress on that front.
The movement for owning hens is growing fast all over the country as people become more aware of their food choices and their nutritional intake. Supermarket eggs are just not good enough.
These scrambled eggs are bright yellow and delicious as you can see in this photo.
[private]Way to many people eat these phony butter spreads that are made up of oils that are whipped up into a spreadable mess. Again, if your lactose intolerant, a vegan or vegetarian or on a cholesterol restricted diet then by all means use it, however, the majority of users are using it because “they” say butter is not bad.
The margarine people demonized butter and dairy for so long, that way you’d buy this crap and they succeeded. In the last few years more and more people realize that butter is not bad for you, it has many great qualities and the taste cannot be beat. Even doctors are now advising us to eat butter, mostly becuase they know phony hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated spreads contain trans fats that are killers.[/private]