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cowgirl8

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  • Birthday 10/25/1961

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  1. huh? this last sentence confunsed me...lol
  2. are these the ones that grow in bunches and never get any bigger than chives? I've always been told they were poisonous so i've never tried them. The year i grew some chives and they look just like these wild onions and was tempted to try some in the place of chives, yet, i remember being told they were poisonous so didnt. I love how they smell while i mow, would love it if i could eat them too...
  3. Look what my donkey does...lol. this silly video has had over 100,000 hits, thats crazy
  4. Silky Potato soup in 30 minutes from start(peeling potatoes) to finish(on the table) in a pressure cooker 6 med to large potatoes 1 carton of chicken broth salt and pepper to taste 2T olive oil 1 onion chopped cup of chopped carrots 2 cloves a garlic celery leaves, about half cup(optional) small red and yellow bell pepper (optional) or red poblano pepper (optional) 8 oz cream cheese Saute the onions, carrots, garlic celery(peppers if added) until the onions are transparent but not browned in olive oil. While that is working, peel potatoes. Add broth to sauteed veggies, cut up potatoes and add. The potatoes should be wading a little in the broth, not really floating. Turn heat to high and let the broth warm up to almost boiling, put pressure cooker top on and once steaming, lower heat to a nice medium sound(probably best to go by the directions of your pressure cooker). Start timer for 6 minutes. Quick cool after cook time, stir in cream cheese. When you do this the potatoes fall apart and make a very velvety soup....You can make this soup on the stove top without a pressure cooker, but, I've found the pressure cooker is fool proof... I never make this soup the same, i always experiment with adding things i have on hand at the time. Some times i add more pepper, its good with a little fire. Bacon is good. The only thing that can go wrong is too much liquid. If this happens, if you have some dehydrated potatoes on hand, you can add a little at a time until its where you want it.
  5. I hope this is where this belongs..... Silky Potato soup in 30 minutes from start(peeling potatoes) to finish(on the table) in a pressure cooker 6 med to large potatoes 1 carton of chicken broth 2T olive oil 1 onion chopped cup of chopped carrots 2 cloves a garlic celery leaves, about half cup(optional) small red and yellow bell pepper (optional) or red poblano pepper (optional) 8 oz cream cheese Saute the onions, carrots, garlic celery(peppers if added) until the onions are transparent but not browned in olive oil. While that is working, peel potatoes. Add broth into sauteed veggies, cut up potatoes and add. The potatoes should be wading a little in the broth, not really floating. Turn heat to high and let the broth warm up to almost boiling, put pressure cooker top on and once steaming, lower heat to a nice medium sound(probably best to go by the directions of your pressure cooker). Start timer for 6 minutes. Quick cool after cook time, stir in cream cheese. When you do this the potatoes fall apart and make a very velvety soup....You can make this soup on the stove top without a pressure cooker, but, I've found the pressure cooker is fool proof... I never make this soup the same, i always experiment with adding things i have on hand at the time. Some times i add more pepper, its good with a little fire. Bacon is good. The only thing that can go wrong is too much liquid. If this happens, if you have some dehydrated potatoes on hand, you can add a little at a time until its where you want it.
  6. we have small wild persimmons here. You have to catch them just right or you will get quite the shock or pucker..lol We open the seeds in the fall and predict the winter weather with the inside of the meat of the seed. It will either be a spoon, fork or knive.....spoon means wet weather, knife means cold and fork means good weather. I havent checked them yet this fall...
  7. you dont even want to know where i get my dogs chew cow hooves...lol.....
  8. Ivermectin is the easiest way. Takes care of a lot of other things too.
  9. We live way off the road and our road is not one someone takes to go anywhere other than to their house. So, when we see a strange car or truck, we take note. Lately, this guy with a freezer in the back of his truck has been coming around trying to sell meat. He always drives up to our house asking if we want to buy meat, he has steaks, and roast, and during his sales pitch i say, "Uh, did you not notice the cows around our house, this is a cattle ranch." He always then goes into, "I sell to the So-and-so's and the You-know-whos." Prominent names in town. Our daughter who works for the sheriff's office says that a rash of burglaries always happens after this guy in the freezer truck is making rounds. Hopefully, this guy knows someone is here most of the time, unfortunately, my daughter who lives off the farm to market road's boyfriend told this guy they are usually never there..(he's young and just didn't think) but if the guy did his homework he knows someone from the sheriffs office works there. The problem where i live is, we are armed. If someone comes into my house, they know we will be armed so that means they will be armed. We have dogs so no one can sneak to our house but this doesn't make me totally comfortable.
  10. Thats where i am in the picture. Our Atwoods had a contest. We won best overall and got lots of doggie treats, a horse halter and lead rope.
  11. I have way too much time on my hands.
  12. Congrats! He shares the same b-day as me....
  13. how scary, if it werent scary enough for a young daughter just to be away from home, this happens. Keep up informed at how she is doing. My prayers are with you........
  14. my college daughter lives in a dorm apartment with 3 others. One came down with the flu and she said she was diagnosed with swine flu. Then another in the apartment came down with a flu, but she was diagnosed with regular flu. All within days of each other, so whats up, what are the odds of roommates getting a different flu...sounds fishy. They sent both home for a week. I predict that there will be a missquoted number of H1N1 cases of flu.
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