Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Tuesdays With a Twist #24 Link Up

Life has all of the sudden become crazy, but it is a wonderful crazy. I am now in charge of the 5 & 6 year old Sunday school class. What that means is I have to make sure the teachers have the teaching materials and a craft project each week.

We also are still working on the fall garden, and I finally was able to visit the farmer's market in a nearby town. It was awesome!!!! A lot of organics there, I was in heaven. I will be blogging about my two favorite purchases, but I'll share this with you. We found grass fed beef, we bought two pounds of steak, which we eat yesterday. I purchased two pounds of beef for stew, and one pound of ground beef. This purchase I am really excited about, one pound of ground goat, yes goat. I have never eaten this before, but love trying new things, if you have a favorite recipe for ground goat, please point me in the direction.

Now it is time for another link up.


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Your host is Mary from Back to the Basics and Mary's Kitchen.
Co-hosts include Marci from Stone Cottage Adventures, Mindie from The (mis) Adventures of a "Born Again" Farm Girl, and me from It's Your Life.

This link up runs from Tuesday until Thursday, but then Real Food Fridays Link Up takes over. We are looking for more co-hosts for Real Food Fridays Link Up, if you are interested please contact me at edjumpoff@yahoo.com.


The my features for this week are from Humble Bumble and her post on Just Surrender.


I have been eating seasonally because we eat organic, and while we are trying to grow our own veggies, we do buy from the local store, or farmer's market. For this reason I chose to feature a post from Let This Mind Be In You on Getting Started with Eating Seasonally. 

 

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