Monday, October 31, 2016

The Art of Home-Making Mondays ~ Please Join Us ~ Link Up 129


"The moon cast their black shadows on the ground where the pumpkins lay naked above their withered leaves... All the other pumpkins Almanzo rolled into piles, and Father hauled them to the barn. The best ones were put in the cellar to make pumpkin pies, and the rest were piled on the South-Barn floor."
~ Laura Ingalls Wilder, Farmer Boy
There are so many wonderful features in the making of a home. This is a place where I would love for you to share your love for anything home-related. Homemakinghomeschooling and homesteading are all a part of the lovely art of home-making!

~~Please link up posts in the spirit of Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 (such as recipes, godly encouragement, DIY's, frugal living, child-raising, medicine making, preparedness, gardening, home decoration, school lessons, sewing, crafts, etc). ~~ You are welcome to share as many posts as you like!

This week we are "picking" (and it is quite packed!!!) some of the pumpkin related posts which were shared recently on our link ups for some seasonal inspiration: 


Pumpkin Crafts, Decorating and Foods by What Joy is Mine (A Gorgeous Round-Up!)


~ ~ Savory Pumpkin Recipes ~ ~





~ ~ Healthy Pumpkin Recipes ~ Desserts and Snacks ~ ~

75 Healthy Pumpkin Recipes by Healthy Green Savvy

Cinnamon Pumpkin Muffins by Comfort Spring Station


Roasting Pumpkin Seed (Salty and Sweet) by (Mis)Adventures of a Born Again Farmgirl


~ ~ Pumpkin Desserts ~ ~ 

Pumpkin Swirl Brownies by Olla-Podrida


Chocolate Pumpkin Muffins by Poofing the Pillows

Garden Pumpkin Pie by Mountain Top Spice



~ ~ More Pumpkin Desserts ~ ~ 

Autumn Delight by A Day of Small Things

Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars by Lolly Jane

40+ Pumpkin Sweet Treats Recipes by Sharing Life's Moments

Frosted Pumpkin Cookies by Lilacs and Springtime



~ ~ Pumpkin Crafts ~ ~


DIY Magnolia Pumpkin by Lolly Jane


Crocheted Pumpkins by Frau Tschi-Tschi

Been Playing with Pumpkins Again by Debbie-Dabble Blog

Making Fabric Pumpkins by Living From Glory to Glory


Pumpkin in Home Decoration

Weighing in For Fall by Debby Goes Shabby

Old Roses and Pumpkins  by Quaker Hill Farm

Does Your Faux Pumpkin Need a Stem? by Penny's Vintage Home


Decoupaged Pumpkin by Debby Goes Shabby

Fall Harvest Party for Two by American Honey Home

Fall Centerpiece by Penny's Vintage Home (I love the pink pumpkins!)

Make-Do Pedestal Pumpkin by Quaker Hill Farm


Preserving Pumpkins

Pumpkin Puree by Simple Summit


Make Your Own Pumpkin Puree by Tailor-Made Ranch



Misc. Pumpkin Patch of Posts

Pumpkin-a-looza by Apples of Gold 

The Medicinal Value of the Pumpkin by Thyme to Embrace Herbs

October Pumpkin Wallpaper  By Daydreaming Art

Pumpkin Patch Blessings Book by Lilacs and Springtime

Gourd Harvest 2016 by Stone Cottage Adventures

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On to this week! For the sake of our readers, please link up appropriate and wholesome home-related articles and leave out any giveaways, advertisements, etc (and please, NO HALLOWEEN related posts). Thank you for understanding! I can't wait to see what you all have to share!

**Please also note that the posts shared on this link up from other bloggers do not necessarily reflect my own personal views or opinions (meaning I may not condone every article that appears here). Like all literature, please discern everything you read with the Holy Scriptures as your lens.** 

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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

DIY Frugal Version ~ On Guard® or Thieves® Protective Oil Blend


As the seasons change, so do the needs of the household which creates a lovely rhythm and pattern of seasonal homemaking. During the autumn and winter months, the prudent woman looks to her home apothecary. She stocks it carefully with preventative medicinals such as elixirs, syrups, herbal honeys, teas, vapor rubs, tinctures, essential oils, etc., for the cold and flu season ahead.

Now, while we love essential oils (and use them daily), they can get quite expensive, especially for larger families to keep in stock! It is nice to know that a frugal and easy alternative exists when it is necessary. For the most part, a trip to the pantry, spice rack and/or your backyard will provide all the ingredients needed for our  "Four Thieves" Protective Oil Blend. The homemaker has now become an herbalist...


For the directions on how to make our frugal recipe, please visit us at A Wise Woman Builds Her Home where we are guest posting today! (P.S. I would love for you to leave a little note there to let me know you stopped by!). Happy homemaking, ladies!
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Monday, October 24, 2016

The Art of Home-Making Mondays ~ Please Join Us ~ Link Up 128


“No spring nor summer beauty hath such grace
as I have seen in one autumnal face."
~ John Donne, The Autumnal 
There are so many wonderful features in the making of a home. This is a place where I would love for you to share your love for anything home-related. Homemakinghomeschooling and homesteading are all a part of the lovely art of home-making!

~~Please link up posts in the spirit of Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 (such as recipes, godly encouragement, DIY's, frugal living, child-raising, medicine making, preparedness, gardening, home decoration, school lessons, sewing, crafts, etc). ~~ You are welcome to share as many posts as you like!


~ Today we are sharing a "post from the past" ~

{This is where I feature a post from the link up archives that I have tried and appreciated.}



Lazy Days of Fall by My Little Old World  (Archive Date: September 2016)

This post from the past has a different meaning this week! I was so enchanted by the old fashioned charm in Dany's "little old world" that I had to share it special-like with you! It was like stepping into a beautiful porthole passage into the world of Beatrix Potter or Tasha Tudor. I do hope you take a visit. I am sure you will be delighted as well! 

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

How We Cook From Scratch All Week With Minimal Effort


The world of meal making is always interesting to me as the keeper of the home. It is a very important part of a homemaker's day yet it certainly is one of many responsibilities we have in the home. Moving onto a homestead, I found that the time to prepare meals was threatened by the added work load of an old-fashioned farm. In order to keep the household running smoothly, I had to adopt certain measures to make cooking from scratch less time intensive. I don't do normal menu planning for a few reasons (shared here). Since I am always curious how other women do things, I thought to share our flexible and frugal system with you.


To begin, I prepare a large batch of a "foundation" food each week. The categories are usually pinto beans, quinoa, black beans, soup or whatever is harvested that week. We eat a lot of vegetarian meals and will break them up once a week or so with a nice "meaty" meal in the middle (to be explained further down)*. This is usually done on a Wednesday. Friday night is always pizza night for some extra weekend fun. On Sunday afternoon, if there is no fellowship, we enjoy potatoes and eggs as a family. If we are hosting fellowship, I prepare a large batch of soup.

* As we eat only the meat that we raise and slaughter ourselves, we try and make it stretch and appreciate every morsel! We raise chickens, sheep, goats and beef for food.



Now, back to the "foundation" food of the week. For instance, on Monday I will prepare a large batch of pinto beans. For the duration of the week, I will make meals based off of them. This would include menus like beans over rice, tostadas, chili cheese fries, eight layer bean dip, taco salad, bean burritos, etc. The "base" of the recipe is already made for me (the pinto beans) so this creates a simple system of food preparation with much flexibility during the week.

{For our pinto bean inspired menu, visit here.}


The following week, I will prepare a large batch of soup (though in the summer it would be large seasonal salads). What is wonderful about our recipe is that it works with whatever we have growing at the time. Flexibility is key when you live on a farm. To change up the daily meals with this soup, I will serve different side dishes to go with it. One day it will be hard boiled eggs and marinated vegetables, another day I will serve the soup with grilled cheese sandwiches while angeled eggs and a green salad would be another variation.

{For our "End of the Garden Soup" recipe, visit here.}


The third week rotation will bring us back to beans. But this time, I will prepare a large batch of black beans (see this post here). Some menu ideas will include black bean quesadillas, black bean salad, taco soup with cornbread, black bean burgers and taco casserole (to name a few).

{For our black bean inspired menu, visit here.}



Quinoa is rather new to our weekly rotation and I have yet to write a post on our favorite collection of recipes (but it is coming). However, for the sake of this article, I will include a few. My sister-in-law got us hooked on these quinoa patties. Served with ranch, they are out of this world and so flavorful (this is a great "get your feet wet" with quinoa recipe)! We also make a delicious quinoa casserole and a tasty cold quinoa salad. When we have had our fill of it, this decadent chocolate cake will use the excess and it is amazing (and freezes well in cupcake form)! You wouldn't know that it was a gluten-free and a quinoa-based cake! (And let me say, that says a lot around here!)


Our weekly rotation will often include the "famous" food of the week that is getting harvested like crazy in our garden. For instance, during the summer, there is zucchini season! We will make zucchini patties, quiche, stir fry, grilled zucchini, zucchini sauce for pasta, etc. You will find our zucchini meal making inspiration here. During the winter it might be using up our butternut squash surplus (some ideas are here). I think you get the idea! Whatever is growing in abundance becomes our meal focus!


Regarding the in-between "insert" meals"
  • On Wednesday nights, it is usually an old stand-by like tacos or some sort of "meat" meal featuring chicken, lamb or beef. Tacos don't require much planning (and tortilla shells freeze well) and I could usually come up with seasonal toppings depending on what is growing. For instance, it is either lettuce, spinach or cabbage that will get sprinkled on top depending on the garden. In the summer we have fresh tomatoes while in the colder months I will serve canned salsa with them. Shredded cheese is always in the freezer as we buy in bulk and bag it up in smaller amounts. Thus, tacos is an easy impromptu meal to keep the menu different.
  • When we prepare meat, we often make a large amount at once. For instance, my hubby will debone a batch of chickens, I will marinate them and he will grill them (as we sip some coffee together). Then, I bag them up in smaller amounts and freeze the excess. This way we can conveniently make chicken soft tacos, chicken sandwiches, chicken with grilled vegetables and so forth. 
  • Eggs are also an excellent standby as we always have dozens to work with. We make egg casseroles, angeled eggs, hash browns and eggs, popovers, quiches, etc. When in doubt, we usually serve eggs!
  • Friday night is always pizza night so there is not much planning to be done there. I usually make a large batch of dough, divide it and freeze the excess in bags for future Friday meals to make it easy.
  • If we are planning on having company on a weekend, my hubby will take the time to BBQ some meat (and add some seasonal veggies to the grill) and I will usually come up with some other garden goodies to go with it which makes it very easy. 

An alternative to this plan would be to create a large batch of pinto beans, black beans, quinoa and/or soup, etc., (choose one to do each week) and freeze them into smaller family-sized portions. This will give you a variety of part-made meals during the course of the month that can be prepared conveniently. Some husbands may prefer this. My husband isn't picky in this area as long as I vary the recipes. As his goal is for his garden to feed us, I find him quite flexible :)

Recap:

Monday ~ "foundation food of the week" meal (i.e., pinto beans, black beans, quinoa, soup, etc.)
Tuesday ~ "foundation food of the week" meal
Wednesday ~ "insert meat meal" such as tacos or something else with meat on the menu
Thursday ~ "foundation food of the week" meal
Friday ~ "pizza night" (we usually have prepared dough in the freezer for convenience)
Saturday ~ finish up the fridge "leftovers" or BBQ meat if having company
Sunday ~ "eggs and potatoes" if just our family, or Sabbath Soup if hosting a fellowship


This is just a basic idea of how we eat. Obviously, things change, cravings happen and so forth. This is simply a way to cook that keeps everything somewhat frugal, flexible and easy. Do you have some sort of meal making system? I would love to hear it!
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Monday, October 17, 2016

The Art of Home-Making Mondays ~ Please Join Us ~ Link Up 127

“I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” 
~ L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables
There are so many wonderful features in the making of a home. This is a place where I would love for you to share your love for anything home-related. Homemakinghomeschooling and homesteading are all a part of the lovely art of home-making!

~~Please link up posts in the spirit of Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 (such as recipes, godly encouragement, DIY's, frugal living, child-raising, medicine making, preparedness, gardening, home decoration, school lessons, sewing, crafts, etc). ~~ You are welcome to share as many posts as you like!


* Presenting our potpourri of monthly features from the last month of link ups.
Please visit a few of these posts and leave some comment love! *


1. How to Build Your Own Rolling Pantry by Grandmas House DIY ~ This is a clever way to reclaim more pantry space! I also have an area near the fridge that could be utilized better and this little project is now on hubby's my to-do list.

2. 5 Creative Ways to Incorporate Art Into Your Homeschool by Faithful with the Little ~ This is the way we love to homeschool and Rebekah has shared the beauty of home education brilliantly in this post. Art doesn't need its own subject slot, it can creatively be incorporated into all your subjects.

3. Front Yard Garden Notes for Next Year by Debbie-Dabble ~ I like the idea of journaling your garden progress and assessing the situation for the following season.

4. 25 Fall Date Ideas by Our Wood Home ~ Christina has compiled a wonderful list of her favourite fall date activities to inspire you and your spouse this autumn!

5. Canning Pimentos by Camp and Cottage Living ~ I have never thought to can my own pimentos but why not! This is a useful preserving project for those extra red peppers. 

6. Hairclip/Brooch DIY by Little Treasures ~ This is a beautiful and feminine DIY project that would make a lovely gift! 


7. 20 Frugal Recipes from the Great Depression by Artful Homemaking ~ I love these kinds of recipes for those "tight times"! Great idea for a collection Joy! 

8. Lord, Please Distract Me by Journey of the Word ~ This is a sobering article that really puts things into persecutive and puts a new prayer into one's heart... to be distracted in the right direction.

9. Front Porch Sitting by Floyd Family Homestead ~ Ah, this is our favorite weekend retreat and I really enjoyed the sentiments shared in this post. A cup of coffee, some comfortable chairs and old fashioned conversation equals bliss for hubby and I.

10. When I Cannot See Tomorrow by Deeper Life Today ~ This was an encouraging read for those hard times in our life and I think you will be inspired by it too! 

11. Dare to Prepare: Items to Use for First Aid When in a Pinch by Of the Hearth ~ With all that is going on in the world right now, these ideas may really be a blessing!

12. Education {At Home} by Gigi Blog ~ For a tour of a beautiful "school room" and other education inspiration, you will want to visit this post! I love that we have a lot of the same books and resources in our home library! :)

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On to this week! For the sake of our readers, please link up appropriate and wholesome home-related articles and leave out any giveaways, advertisements, etc (NO Halloween posts please). Thank you for understanding! I can't wait to see what you all have to share! 

**Please also note that the posts shared on this link up from other bloggers do not necessarily reflect my own personal views or opinions (meaning I do not condone every article that may appear here). Like all literature, please discern everything you read with the Holy Scriptures as your lens.**

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

{Healthy} Honey Sweetened Pumpkin Cake Recipe


This healthy, hearty and easy-to-make cake can be more than dessert. It may be served as a nutritious, afternoon snack with a cold glass of raw milk (Mmm...)! You could even prepare it the night before for a fun and festive fall breakfast as there are no scary ingredients in here! 



List of Ingredients:
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 c. pumpkin puree (Butternut squash would work just as well!)
  • ¾ c. honey
  • 1/2 c. oil
  • 1/2 tsp. salt
  • 1 tsp. baking soda
  • 2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1 tsp. pumpkin pie seasoning
  • 2/3 c. water
  • 1 1/2 c. whole wheat flour

Beat eggs in a bowl. Add the remaining ingredients, except the last two. Beat well. Add the water and flour, beating to a fluffy texture. Pour into a greased 13 by 9 inch pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 20 - 30 minutes, until golden and/or cake springs back when touched. Frost cake with 16 ounces cream cheese blended with maple syrup to taste (or until it is spreadable).


This recipe is slightly adapted from one shared by Miriam Wengerd in the Keepers at Home Magazine (Vol. 10, Issue 4, Winter 2002). I replaced her listed spices for a "quick" teaspoon of pumpkin pie seasoning in my version shared above.


For more pumpkin related posts, visit the following:
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Monday, October 10, 2016

The Art of Home-Making Mondays ~ Please Join Us ~ Link Up 126


"... a mellow October day, when the air was full of an exhilarating freshness which made the spirits rise and the blood dance healthily in the veins. The old orchard wore its holiday attire. Goldenrod and asters fringed the mossy walls. Grasshoppers skipped briskly in the sere grass, and crickets chirped like fairy pipers at a feast. Squirrels were busy with their small harvesting. Birds twittered their adieux from the alders in the lane, and every tree stood ready to send down its shower of red or yellow apples at the first shake."
~ Louisa May Alcott, Little Women
There are so many wonderful features in the making of a home. This is a place where I would love for you to share your love for anything home-related. Homemakinghomeschooling and homesteading are all a part of the lovely art of home-making!

~~Please link up posts in the spirit of Titus 2 and Proverbs 31 (such as recipes, godly encouragement, DIY's, frugal living, child-raising, medicine making, preparedness, gardening, home decoration, school lessons, sewing, crafts, etc). ~~ You are welcome to share as many posts as you like!

This week we are "picking" all of the apple related posts which were shared recently on our link ups for some seasonal inspiration: 


Apple Stack Tea by The Charm of Home




Apple Orchards for September Family Fun by Comfort Spring Station


Autumn Inspiration by Rosemary and Thyme


Farmhouse Applesauce Cookies by Quaker Hill Farm








A Reluctant Fall and The Apple Tree by A Day of Small Things


Making Caramel Apples by Living From Glory to Glory


Dried Cinnamon Apple Chips by The Herbal Spoon

  
Country Fried Apples and Apple Cinnamon Donuts by Vickies Kitchen and Garden


Apple Pie Smoothie by The Pistachio Project


Applesauce Making Time by My Cubby Crafts 






Apple Pie Popcorn by The Pistachio Project


DIY Apple Cinnamon Syrup {From Fruit Peels and Cores!} by Yours Truly



Apples in Autumn ~ A Unit Study by JES

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On to this week! For the sake of our readers, please link up appropriate and wholesome home-related articles and leave out any giveaways, advertisements, etc (and please, NO HALLOWEEN related posts). Thank you for understanding! I can't wait to see what you all have to share!

**Please also note that the posts shared on this link up from other bloggers do not necessarily reflect my own personal views or opinions (meaning I may not condone every article that appears here). Like all literature, please discern everything you read with the Holy Scriptures as your lens.** 

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