DIY Squat Stands - go.shr.lc/1WmmCKT (via @guiltykitchen)
Just made this #paleosandwichbread from @guiltykitchen It's delicious and a big hit with the kids!… instagram.com/p/99lyeRgNbS/
Lunch today on the #bceggfarmtour was Steak Benedict. Delicious. Deviled eggs as an appy, obviously. instagram.com/p/7yogxVk0xm/
The cold front might be rolling through but a Bone Fashioned should keep you nice and toasty. See… instagram.com/p/-MwKv5rWwx/
A mouth watering #Hummus recipe via @GuiltyKitchen paired with our Rice Cakes is a match made for #vegan lovers bit.ly/1X3OrV5
Best stew broth I've ever made. Inspired by @GuiltyKitchen, @smittenkitchen, @Blackcloudwine and @VillageButcher1.
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This past year has been one of the hardest, most exciting, most transformational years of my life. Things happened over the past year that I never thought would happen to me, that I never saw coming, that I didn’t know how to deal with or react to. The emotional roller coaster that I’ve been riding this year made me sometimes happy, sometimes deeply depressed, often euphoric and full of love but also left me sometimes emptier than I’ve ever felt before. My inner monologue has truly never had so much to say to me and this time I took many long moments to really listen to it.
People came into my life that changed me in the most wonderful ways, they made me grow exponentially to form a new layer of myself that wasn’t there before. Although every day of my life, I see opportunity to grow and change and meet new people, this past year was something different. I learned so much about myself, about the ways in which I have reacted to people my whole life and the ways in which I actually want to act now. I’ve always preached a “be true to you” attitude, but sometimes my overt niceness supersedes that feeling of having “no more fucks to give”. The more amazing people that come into my life, the happier I am. I am truly a social person and spending days just being with friends, making food for people I love and just listening to others talk has made for interesting fodder for my thoughts.
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This is buying local. Not all supermarket eggs come from huge factory farms. This is a family run far. #BCEggFarmTour
Matcha Muffins - Guilty Kitchen - go.shr.lc/1CJLvHd (via @guiltykitchen)
Super recette pour robot boulanger! Blé entier, en plus! - go.shr.lc/1GkmXQ8 (via @guiltykitchen)
I cant wait to try these!! Chocolate Caramel Brownie Cups - go.shr.lc/1NSNPfx (via @guiltykitchen)
Recently, I was given the opportunity to visit two BC Egg Farms on the Mainland (Abbotsford, to be precise) and given a tour with a chance to speak directly to the farmers. BC Eggs took myself and another local blogger, Crystal Allen of Hello Creative Family, to Pine Grove Farm first. When we stepped out of the car and onto this free range farm, the first thing that surprised me was the sheer amount of land needed for this many chickens. Thousands upon thousands of chickens roaming freely in grassy pasture. As a backyard chicken farmer myself, it was a very cool thing to see this scale of egg farming.
We met farmer Ralph Regehr, a second generation chicken and egg farmer who has lived his whole life on farms, taking over the skills his father passed down to him as a child. Ralph began Free Range farming in the ’90’s and is one of the first farms in BC to have this designation. His farm was well organized and clean and very advanced, technologically speaking. Ralph and his son have a computer system attached to every aspect of the chickens lives from their air, water, food and heat. Everything is monitored 24/7 and if something goes even slightly off kilter, Ralph and his son get alerted via their smart phones. (...)Read the rest of Touring BC Eggs Farms – Part II (853 words)
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