This cookbook features some of the "famous" recipes of Emily LeVan. Some are from scratch, some are semi-homemade, some are farm grown, some just help you make sense of the... More > "nothing" that is in your cabinet.< Less
I love looking into the cabinet or the fridge and seeing what challenge awaits me! I intend to help you look beyond the blue box of mac and cheese and find something great in your own kitchen.
This... More > cookbook is basically my "famous" recipes. When I go to a pot luck or have others over these dishes get rave reviews. Some are from scratch, some are semi-homemade, some are farm grown, some just help you make sense of the "nothing" that is in your cabinet. These recipes are all me. < Less
I designed Goat Notes to keep track of my small backyard herd of goats.
Finding that I tended to keep notes in various notebooks and margins of books
all over the place I needed to have one central... More > location to put everything, and
so “Goat Notes” was born. I tinkered with the format and information until I
felt that it was just right for the backyard or pet goat owner (me and others like
In this book you will find references helping you get to know your goats and
information regarding their care. You will also find record keeping pages.
Here at Honaker Farm we raise dwarf breed goats – Pygmies, Nigerian dwarf
and crosses of the two. If the reference applies only to dwarf breeds then that
will be noted for you. Most medicines that we give are based on weight, so
knowing the weight of your goat is very important to providing care for them< Less