On This Farm:New O’Hana Farm, TN We Eat!

Food and Recipes We Share With Family and Friends! We throw Themed Parties for Birthdays, Holidays, and we create Disney and Movie Parties πŸ™‚ What a Blessed enriching time with everyone to cherish. Memories are precious!

Spend with pennies/Great Depression Cooking/Julia child/Jacques Pepin/Spain on a fork/Simply Mama Cooks

When looking for a great recipe I find if I can’t remember how my mom made a casserole, dessert, or snack I ask her. I’m super proud of my mom for teaching herself to bake and cook when she got married to my dad at the age of 19. My dad was raised on a farm and he was used to a table full of two different kinds of fresh meat vegetables and desserts all prepared by his mom who was an excellent cook.

When mom was four years old and as she was growing up she had to make her daddy’s eggs bacon and toast for breakfast. She also had to make his sandwich for work on weekends. Food and money was scarce and she was raised by older parents who had survived the depression.

Other than making food for her daddy on the weekends, she was not allowed to be cooking or baking in the kitchen. If a meal was ruined there was not money to buy more and you went to bed hungry.

If mom is busy I head to our book shelves full of her old recipe books:Woman’s Home Companion Cook Book-The American Woman’s Cook Book-Tried Recipes for the Bride-Homemade Bread-Economy In Cooking-Kitchen Guide

Another helpful source has been to GOOGLE IT! πŸ™‚ spend with pennies has been a favorite one of late for me as I seem to be rushing from one project to the next preparing for our English Bulldog puppies to arrive April 27, 2022!

Great Depression Cooking OH! My heart! Clara you are awesome. She caught my eye in the weekly magazine my husband brings me home. Woman’s World I just watched her on youtube this morning while she made Poorman’s Meal.

At night and on weekend mornings, my husband and I will sit and watch some very tasty meals being prepared on Youtube. I listed them above in the heading. Have a wonderful weekend :)Jen

English Bulldogs Summary: Jan/Feb/mar 2021

Daisy Gentle Lee:2021 was a busy year and here I sit waiting for 2022!

January of 2021 saw us delivering Christmas to the kids. We wore masks to protect each of us from COVID and opened presents outside. We had a January 3 birthday and Momma and I decided to buy from Scentsy for the first time. Loved everything! We not only bought a birthday gift, but a diffuser as well. All this wrapping and shopping wore me out, so I took a much needed nap with my Sissy Oreo πŸ™‚

Springtime on the farm was beautiful and we saw new life in Spring blooms and in Daddy and Momma’s Goat kids. Daddy began construction on an improved dining room with a nice wide ramp. When he tore out the ceiling to repair and add insulation, there was snake skins, a rat skeleton, and a few huge bee nests! (those gross photos not included)

In February we had a bit of snow and I left my paw print with my friend, Rabbit who I playfully chase at top speed around the farm! In March we had a late bloomer Goat Kid. Cookie had her first kid, Chip πŸ™‚ Hope you enjoyed this brief recap of the beginning of 2021. There are many more memories and photos which I will share later, but I must go now and help Momma decorate for the New Year 2022!!! Paws and Kisses Love Daisy

Snuggle Time

Daisy Our English Bulldog

Daisy’s Thoughts-Momma is all cozy warm on the couch working on her stories and poems. Maybe if I ask sweetly and show her my pleading eyes that no one can resist, she will let me snuggle with her!