As the new year begins, there is a lot going on around the Fogleman Funny Farm. Last year was hard for me. I finally broke down and saw a specialist to see what was going on. I've probably been dealing with Systemic Lupus for many years, but it finally made me stop and pay attention. The summer was miserable, but thankfully I'm getting back on my feet and feeling more human.
I've been wanting a big beautiful garden forever. It's something I've struggled with. We have house plants all over, but outside plants seem to hate me. Between the drought and unruly northwestern Oklahoma weather, it's just hard. I don't feel too bad because some of the best gardeners in our neck of the woods have been struggling as well.
This year, I am planning to beat it and really get a nice garden going.
I have to admit, I dislike butchering and I'll bow out any time I can. But... I know how and in the event of an emergency, I'm confident enough to get the job done.
Healthy meat processing is kind to the animals and produces the best tasting meat! Here's the best way to slaughter and butcher meat -- whether you're sourcing your meat from a local farm or doing the processing yourself!
If this is something you'd like to learn more about, visit Traditional Cooking School's "The Best Way To Slaughter & Butcher Meat."