Cored and Seeded Tomatoes
How to Core and Seed Tomatoes
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/08/2013 | No Comments
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Yesterday, I showed you how to peel tomatoes. Today, let’s look at how to core and seed tomatoes. It’s a skill you’ll need, if you want to make your own salsa or tomato sauce.

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Peeled Tomatoes
How to Peel Tomatoes
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/07/2013 | No Comments
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One of the challenges of cooking from scratch is that lots of recipes assume that you already know how to do lots of things, whether it’s how to wash, peel and chop a particular ingredient or some other skill that you just haven’t had need for yet. Let’s work on mastering some of those basic...

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2013 World's Longest Yard Sale Finds
2013 World’s Longest Yard Sale Finds
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/06/2013 | 1 Comment
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As promised, here’s a peek at what we brought home from the World’s Longest Yard Sale.

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French TV
My Weekend Adventure
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/05/2013 | No Comments
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This past weekend, we visited the World’s Longest Yard Sale as we always do, but this time a French television crew followed us around to capture all of the fun. They also dropped by our house this morning for a quick tour. It’ll be part of an upcoming segment for Sept à Huit, a weekly...

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Chicken - 3 Months
Chickens – 3 Months Old
By Erin Huffstetler | 08/02/2013 | 4 Comments
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I haven’t shared any pictures of our chickens since they were a month old, so I thought I’d snap a few today. They’re now 3.5 months old, and as mischievous as ever. I’ve had to take several breaks from writing this to steer them away from my pumpkin and tomato vines – apparently they’re today’s...

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