Our currant bushes finally put on enough currants this year that the kids couldn’t keep up with eating them all, so we had currants left to make some currant jelly.
This is super easy jelly to make and one of my favorite flavors because it’s a nice combination of tart and sweet. Here’s what you’ll need:
According to a recent article on KSL.com many Utah cities and counties are considering or allowing residents have backyard chickens. Most likely you’ll need to verify with your city hall. Many places allow hens, but not roosters so make sure you check up on that.
If you have the space for chickens they provide a nice source of fresh eggs and meat (if you have a rooster). How many of you have chickens or are considering it? I really want to get some, but can’t in my current place. For those that have them what has been your experience?
I’d like to give a huge thanks to author Wade (anavidesign.com) who has given his time to help provide us with a new site design! For those reading this from Facebook, RSS, or other means, please head on over to the site and check out the kicking new design. And if you need work for your site, well check him out, since I’m sure he wants to buy some more preps :)
And for those drooling over that new amazing logo in the corner, we’ll have some links soon to get it on various items. I know I’ve already put it on a bumper sticker on my truck, as well as a t-shirt; and it looks great.