1905 Farmhouse

Recipes

Campfire Dessert: Pie

A closed double pie iron being cooked over a propane burning stove

Are you a camper or a glamper? I would rate myself somewhere in the middle I think. We always went tent camping when we were kids and it doesn’t bother me if there is no shower. But I do like to be comfortable and away from the ground and inside a tent away from the […] Read more…

Top 7 Homemade Candy Recipes

The Top 7 homemade candy recipes, some traditional recipes and some fun and unique

This weekend is our church’s annual sausage and sauerkraut dinner. This is a huge fundraiser for our private school and draws crowds of up to 10,000 people to our small little community for yummy food and fun activities. All the parishioners volunteer and help out in all aspects of the preparation and the day of […] Read more…

Homemade Boysenberry Ice Cream

Homemade boysenberry ice cream

I remember the first time I tasted homemade ice cream, it was plain vanilla, nothing fancy but it was oh so delicious. There is just something about homemade ice cream that screams summer to me. Maybe it’s the hot summer sun that calls to crave something ice cold. Or maybe it’s just that creamy delicious […] Read more…

Quick and Fun 4th of July Sparkler Treat

The 4th of July is only two days away and I wanted to come up with a fun and festive treat that everyone could enjoy! I had been thinking about sparklers after buying some for our 4th festivities. Sparklers were always my favorite as a child, I loved to write my name with them and […] Read more…

No-Bake Rhubarb Swirl Dessert

No-Bake Rhubarb Swirl Dessert

Some of my early childhood memories involve BBQs at my paternal Grandparent’s house. There were many “work-days” where some kind of project needed to be done, whether it be yard work, tree trimming or just because it was Saturday. Once the work was done there was always food (because how else did we get everyone […] Read more…