Can't beat free range fresh eggs!
Yesterday when I got home from my trip to College Station I made my usual rounds to water plants and chickens.
Something had gotten a hold of my potato plants, they were wilted and not healthy looking at all.
So I started pulling the dying plants up and found these beauties.
Luckily there are still plenty of plants to produce more of these delicious spuds!
I saw this recipe on my favorite blogger's website. The Pioneer Woman, if you haven't been here you must!
They were YUMMY!
Biscuits from scratch:
I may have a slight addiction to the Food Network but it produces such good food and info.
These are my sourdough biscuits but I added a stick of shredded frozen butter to the flour before I added my wet ingredients.
Then I only mixed everything together for a split second until it started to form a ball of dough.
Then I plopped the dough out on my floured cutting board and started rolling and folding.
I saw this butter, roll and fold technique on an episode of Diners, Drive In's and Dives Friday so I had to give them a try.
Man were they ever flaky and tasty! We all know butter makes everything better!
Venison Breakfast Sausage:
During Christmas my parents, Sam and myself butchered and processed 3 Axis Deer and 2 Whitetail into to hamburger, chili meat, roast, steaks, and breakfast sausage.
The sausage I fixed today is one of my father's recipes. It is brown sugar sweet with a good kick of red pepper flakes.
We made several different batches of breakfast sausage, we would mix one batch cook a little and add another ingredient.
It was a lot of fun and the end results are finger licking good.
After I cooked all this I was so excited to eat it that I totally forgot to take a picture of my plate. But let me just say it was pretty and delicious!!!