We've decided Duchess isn't that good at "cat yoga" on the deck. She tried a few moves, but then just wanted cuddles and scratches.
What's in season right now? Depends on what you planted, what's growing, and what's native. Right now it's mulberry, collards, and onion season! So, I will be whipping up a mulberry crumble and some collards and black-eyed peas!
No sooner than I got the duck eggs back into the bigger incubator to start their lockdown and they ALL (all four duck eggs) started wiggling around, even the two ginormous eggs! I hadn't seen any movement out of them until now.
I wanted burgers for dinner, but I was out of hamburger buns. So, instead of running to the grocery store, I just made some buns using Prairie Homestead's recipe. These are so good and are fast and easy to make!
It is looking more and more like the one chick that hatched is going to be all alone! We've left the three remaining eggs we thought were viable on lockdown in the incubator. Tomorrow will be day 23 and we will probably call it quits.
So, it has been a LONG while since I have worked on the spinning wheel and I want to finish staining it and putting it together. I looked at the shipping invoice and it is dated February of 2018! That was right before we found out we were moving to Kansas. Talk about getting interrupted!
There's something in there! Is it a t-rex or a velociraptor? We have to wait a little while longer to find out!
We made chicken chow mein using spinach and cabbage from the garden for dinner last night. We often let the garden dictate our meals. Helps take a lot of the guess work out of the daily question, "what should I make for dinner?"