Here are some pictures of our new babies. Went out to help the hubby feed this morning and took the camera along to get some great pictures. We have 15 on the ground right now with more on the way.
This afternoon found us looking for bulls. Found a couple young bulls now just still need two more older bulls to fill out all our bulls for the herd.
Also got a crib set finished and mailed to the customer, who I am happy to say loves it and was kind enough to send me pictures of the crib set all put together.
I have also been working on wild rags, diaper bags and changing pads for some customers. Just wish we would get some snow, just not too much at a time because of all the babies.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
It is finally starting to look and feel like winter here at the ranch. We have gotten snow the past four days and the ground is covered in the white stuff, not a lot, but enough.
It has me in the mind to make a big pot of chili. So I'm going to share my new favorite chili recipe. I have been making chili for years now, always the same recipe and the same ingredients. There was nothing wrong with it, it was a good chili. It is just with one simple addition the chili that I have been making all these years is so much better. So what is that simple ingredient? Masa also known as corn flour, yes the same stuff that is used to make tamales. It gives the chili a wonderful thickness and the added flavor is amazing. Now I can not take credit for this idea, that credit belongs to fellow blogger and foodie, Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman and her Simple Perfect Chili
|This is the view out the window of my sewing room. Love being able to see the snow.|