Low Carb Homemade Biscuits- Just Like Grandma Used To Make

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Whether you’re eating a low carb diet to lose weight or get healthy, one thing we all miss is our bread. Let’s face it, carbs taste goooooooood. So why does eating healthy mean giving up our favorite foods? It doesn’t my good friend. Here is my low carb homemade biscuit recipe, just like grandma used to make, but without all the stuff that makes you feel bad. Eating healthy never tasted so good. 

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5 Of The Best Recipes For Homemade Biscuits + Bonus Gluten-Free Recipe

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Nothing says country living like the smell of fresh homemade biscuits in the oven. Waking up at Granny’s house meant the smell of hot homemade biscuits, homegrown bacon, and heavenly dripped coffee. Even after all these years, these smells transport me back in time to a young girl crawling from beneath handmade quilts and skipping to the kitchen to find love and breakfast. Who knew then how precious those days would become. Here are five of the best homemade biscuit recipes, plus one low carb gluten-free bonus recipe. 

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7 Tips For Preparing The Fall Garden + Seed Giveaway

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7 Tips To Prepare Your Fall Garden Plus FREE SEED GIVEAWAY

Summer draws its final breaths. You can feel the earth and all her creatures heave a sigh of relief as the heat is dissipating and crisp, cool mornings arrive. The change of temperature turns my gardener thoughts to the fall garden. The onslaught of harvest and preserving is over. Time for some deep breaths while we start new seeds and do the fall garden preparation. Continue reading

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Old Fashioned Farmers in a Modern Day

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We are often asked why we call ourselves “New Old-Fashioned Farmers.”
The answer, of course, is simple. We call ourselves this because we farm the way my grandparents taught me, like their parents taught them, at least in a manner that is. Since we’re farmers in a modern, tech-filled world we have some variances, but then every generation brings its own ideas, experiences, and talents to farming.

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Homestead Household Tips From My Great-Grandmother

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Homestead Household Tips From My Great-Grandmother

When my great-grandmother, Ma Horton, died I was 13 and she was 85 years old. She left us with wonderful memories and many lessons for life. I have a rich farming heritage because of who they were and my grandparents teaching me all their parents taught them, but whether or not I remember it all is another story! Here are some of her homestead household tips. 

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