I’ve been scouring Al Gore’s internet once again to bring you the following links.
Homestead Fritz’s Dutch Oven Cornbread Chilli Pie
First up is a Dutch Oven recipe over at The Homestead Fritz. Do you like chilli? Do you like corn bread? Does the idea of baking cornbread on top of chilli intrigue you? If so, check out the Dutch Oven Cornbread Chilli Pie Recipe. I see this dish in my future. Oh yes, there will be pie. Update: I made this pie using my own blue cornbread recipe.
Root Simple Williams Sonoma
Next up is evidence that homesteading is going mainstream with a review of Williams-Sonoma’s Agrarian Line over at Root Simple. I have to agree with their choice of Brushy Mountain as a preferred supplier of beekeeping equipment. I have always been pleased with the quality of the products I have ordered from Brushy Mountain. I also like Mann Lake. They recently started offering free shipping on orders.
Rules For Using A Clothesline
Finally, rules for hanging clothes on a clothesline at Stories, etc. I still use a clothesline today for the following reasons. The clothes smell fresher, the sun sanitizes the clothes and it saves gas by not using the dryer. The thing that struck me about the post was the bit about the wooden pole to lift up the line. My grandmother had a similar pole and I can remember her using it along with her wooden clothes pins when hanging clothes to dry.