Orange-Thyme Pork Chops

I got a version of this recipe from Fiona Haynes at about.com. These pork chops are excellent for grilling. 4 pork chops of your choice 1/2 cup of orange juice 1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped (or substitute dried thyme) 1 teaspoon fresh parsley, chopped ( or substitute dried parsley) Salt to taste Place pork chops […]

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The Sun Came Out

We had several days of cloudy, drizzly weather with the highs frequently in the sixties. Yesterday, the temperature climbed to ninety degrees. I have to admit that I didn’t mind it. I’d rather sweat a little than be cold. I was reminded that I need to keep a closer eye on my pigs as Daisy

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Rainy Day Blues

For the entire month of April, until these past few days, we have not received any rain. The rain did finally come and it was a nice, slow, steady rain. The kind that soaks in nicely and doesn’t wash away all my topsoil. I actually love the rain, but my spirit begins to sag after

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Piglet Watch

I could be really wrong, but it looks like my Idaho pasture pig, Daisy is very pregnant. The problem is, I never saw Oscar Mayer “do the deed” to know when to expect piglets. This is my first time with pigs in the first place and certainly my first time with a true prospect of

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