Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Mary

Mary stopped by my blog a few days ago and I am so glad she did! I paid a visit to her blog and found wonderful recipes. She has a couple for eggplant I am going to try since I seem to always have way too many of these but she also shared a vinegar chicken recipe with a fancy name. This is so easy yet so yummy! We had it for dinner tonight and I will be making this dish again and again. Thank you Mary and now I am off to make your oatmeal cookies!

Today I have produce everywhere. I have a bushel of green beans to can, a bushel of cabbage, over a bushel of muscadine grapes to make jelly and try for the first time to make wine. Lots of lettuce,oranges, lemons, cucumbers,and tomatoes as well as lots and lots of veggies for the animals. I will be working in the kitchen late tonight and most of tomorrow but I am so blessed to have a friend who gives us so much produce. I have pics of the new goats and will try to post them tomorrow. Hope you are having a blessed day... now go over and say hi to Mary and try some of her wonderful recipes!

6 comments:

Maple Lane said...

I'll be sure to visit Mary. I remember mama's friend would always make muscadine wine. Jelly would be so flavorful! I know it is hard work but I hope you will enjoy yourself tonight. Do you listen to music or tv while you work in the kitchen? Blessings to you and yours, Mildred

goatpod2 said...

We eat a lot of vegetarian foods here since we are pretty much vegetarians now! We're eating a lot of gluten free stuff now as well.

Blessings,

Amy

Betsy from Tennessee said...

How nice, Peggy... Mary seems like a very nice lady... Glad you got some recipes from her...

You have quite a bit of produce, Peggy... I'm sure you will find a great use for ALL of it--not just for you all but also for your babies.

Good Luck with the wine!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

PEA said...

I'll go visit her after I've left my comment here:-) I'm always looking for new recipes so maybe I'll find a few to try there!! Gosh, sis, you sure will be busy in the kitchen but there's such a great sense of accomplishment when you can put up so many veggies for winter use. Wish I was there to help you!! Love ya xoxo

Laura @ LivingOurWay said...

So glad I found your blog. I will be following you as you are doing what we hope to be doing one day.

Living on Less Money said...

Thank you for 'following' me. :-) I will be 'following' you.

I was happy to read about the vinegar chicken. I wonder if you can make it with without the sausage?

You have a lovely blog!