Archive for September 2016

Corn and Wild Rice Chowder

Corn and Wild Rice Chowder

This soup recipe screams M-I-N-N-E-S-O-T-A! Southern Minnesota sweet corn and Northern Minnesota Wild Rice When these two merge, it makes for a delicious autumn soup. Let’s get started. Cook the wild rice according to the package directions.  I used a combination of low sodium chicken broth and […]

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Loaded Sloppy Joe’s

Loaded Sloppy Joe’s

There are several ways to make Sloppy Joe’s and I don’t believe I have ever had one I didn’t like.  This version is one of my favorites.  It isn’t a traditional Sloppy Joe, if there is such a thing.  It’s loaded with extras and can be made […]

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I’d Rather Be Farming

I’d Rather Be Farming

And then the rain came… September rains have flooded area fields, homes, and communities.  We are covering those impacted in prayer. I am pretty confident these two would rather be farming but until the ground allows, we will patiently (not easy this time of year!) wait. Blessings on […]

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Apple Cranberry Salad

Apple Cranberry Salad

My sister-in-law often serves her Apple Cranberry Salad at family gatherings.  It’s a favorite of mine, epsecially this time of year. Let’s start with the dressing – it’s the difference maker! (Apples are in abundance on the farm these days so I like to include them in […]

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Bike Trails and Celebrations

Bike Trails and Celebrations

Over the weekend, we celebrated Dave’s 2nd anniversary of his leukemia diagnosis.  We are so very thankful! Local bike trails called our name. As we rounded one corner, this is what we saw… And this… Strong winds blew the grass, resembling feathers blowing in the wind.  What […]

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Party Mix

Party Mix

My sweet, ICU Pediatric Nurse Niece brought Party Mix to our summer family reunion and it was a huge hit!  It’s one of those ‘step away from the dish’ snacks so good luck with your willpower! The Party Mix can be made ahead and thrown into the […]

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Pumpkin Muffins

Pumpkin Muffins

I love all things pumpkin and when fall is in the air, I begin craving the smell and taste more than ever. Today, I want to lighten things up a bit but one thing is for sure – your home will be filled with the smell of pumpkin […]

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The Parable of the Mustard Seed and Yeast

The Parable of the Mustard Seed and Yeast

When I contemplated a faith, food, farm and fermentations blog, I kept coming across the Parable of the Mustard Seed and Yeast – in books, devotions, messages, songs, cards, sermons.  It became clear the name of the blog was to be Throughout the gospels, we are reminded about […]

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Mexican Potato Skins

Mexican Potato Skins

Football season has arrived which means make ahead appetizers are a must.  Mexican Potato Skins fit this category and may be adjusted to your liking. Let’s get started… Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Scrub desired amount of potatoes and poke each one several times with a fork. […]

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Nehemiah – Week 11

Nehemiah – Week 11

Today, we end our weeks together in the book of Nehemiah.  I admit, the 13th chapter has been the most difficult and I have struggled with words.  My preference is to end all things on a positive note but as I read, re read, and read again […]

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