Welcome Friends!!!

I am a scientist at heart, and my kitchen often looks like a laboratory with all kinds of jars and containers fermenting and brewing on the counters. I love to share my recipes, my herbal remedies and health tips, and I really LOVE to save money! We have a large extended family....two sons, their wives, eleven grandkids (and often a friend or two), my sister, Lanny's brother, and my parents that come over every Tuesday night for dinner...kind of a family reunion, only weekly instead of yearly! That adds up to from 17 to 22 or more people here every week. So I have to cook big, and cook economically!

So here we go! For all my friends and family that have been encouraging me to put all my recipes and ideas in one place like this....if you don't see what you are looking for, and cannot find it by using the "Topics" or the search field below right, just let me know and I will be sure to post it as soon as I can.

Be sure to check out our African Mission Adventure - we traveled to Malawi in August 2014 and you will find photo's and stories about our trip! LanDebLewAfrica.blogspot.com!!!

Lanny and I also have started devotional blogspots that you might enjoy:

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Greeting from "Walden's Mountain" on Johnson Gap!!! Our new home!

Thanksgiving is upon us again...this year may be a bit different for a lot of people, but because so many of our family live up here on the mountain together we will probably have about the same family gathering that we always have....(for those of you that do not know: we now live on a 64 acre "farm" with my parents, my sister, and our oldest son Robbie and his wife Molly...our youngest son James and wife Tasha will come up when their daughter graduates HS, in the next couple years...go to our newest blog,  Johnson Gap Chronicles to learn about our growing Family Compound on "Walden's Mountain... many of our grandkids are also already planning to join us up here on the mountain in the not so distant future...).

I'll be posting our latest recipes and homemaking progress soon...we have been so busy moving in and building so many of the residences that we've had little time for anything else...but we still have chickens, have added horses and goats and see lots more farm animals in our future. It's going to be quite the adventure!!

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