More homemade stuff is happening on the Funny Farm. Today was busy with Roasted Corn Yard Salsa. Made completely with homegrown veggies and a small amount of time, it is quite tasty. The final ears of corn for the year were harvested yesterday and roasted this morning. We’ve had a good harvest of heirloom tomatoes over the last 2 days and were perfect for salsa making. Of course, our peppers haven’t slowed down one bit and we’ve been looking for more ways to use them all. These few jars may only last a week or two at most. Mackenzie and I ate the 5th jar today.
|Roast Corn Yard Salsa|
We’re also looking into making all of our own tortillas, crackers and breads. Crackers were quite easy and today’s experiment yielded some yummy Spicy Salt and Pepper crackers. Next time, I want to use baking sheets without edges so I can make thinner crackers. Today’s were plenty crunchy, but some very thin and crispy crackers was the goal.
|Spicy Salt & Pepper Crackers|
Learning how to make bread really isn’t that tough. Verifying the ingredients before assembly has shown tough today. By mistake, this Honey Wheat Bread has become a very tasty and high protein wheat bread.
|Honey Wheat Bread?|
The kiddo is shipping out to Camp Longhorn on Sunday. She’s getting some customized gear to mark it as hers. The knot on the bottle is a Turkshead in a bight and the knot on the flashlight is a repeated Over and Under Heaving Line Knot, also called a “Rattlesnake Knot.” I did retain some knowledge from being a Boy Scout for a few years – Thanks, Dad.