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An Orange That Isn't An Orange.
This is a Moro Blood Orange...juicy, but not too sweet.
|Farm Equipment |
It's been sitting in the same spot ever since we moved here...over seven years.
I bet it hauled a bunch of hay in its time!
A surprise from my Geranium in the dead of winter!
|Flood water routes|
|Yesterday's mornin' feedin'...slick!|
|The waterfall off the rim rock.|
|The beginning of the "creek."|
|The flowing water heads on out behind me through the two horse pastures then into the alfalfa field.|
There's about two inches of water where I'm standing.
|Hmmmm...flower beds make good dog beds too it seems.|
|Stetson's Long Ears|
|Sunset on the Rim Rock|
|Water Trough Sauna|
|Rastus; Doing what he loves most|
|Garden Pond in Winter|
|Paddy, born March 2012|
|Mom 'n me...I was learnin' to be a Rattie Ranch Dog!|
|My first day at home...I was terribly skinny.|
|I'm on a mission...probably into trouble...BOL!!!|
|Applesauce pancake to be exact!|
|One dead coyote!!! YEAH!!! I got my lip all curled up at the nasty sucker.|
|Look at me barkin' 'n givin' him the stink eye...grrrrrrrrrrr!|
|Riddle Mountain in a blanket of snow.|
|Warm or cold. With or without butter. Delicious!!!|
Eula's Beer Bread
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Spray a bread pan w/ cooking spray. If it's the new non-stick pan, don't grease at all.
In a large bowl, stir together w/ a wooden spoon:
Stir just until moistened & dump into the pan. Bake 1 hour 15 minutes, buttering the top after the first 45 minutes w/ butter or margarine, and then again in 15 minutes, and again when you pull it out of the oven. I use soft margarine & a paint brush. Cool 5 minutes in the pan, then turn out onto a cooling rack to cool completely.
- 3 cups self-rising flour
- 1/2 c sugar
- Add 1 can room temperature, not flat, beer.
DON'T try to make this "healthy" by cutting down on the sugar. That's the secret, the sweet/salty thing going on w/ the sugar & the beer & the butter!
This is a "quick bread" that shouldn't be over-mixed. We've found the new non-stick pans will burn on the bottom when the butter melts down the sides.
|Cindy Sue of course...bundled in sweater and her infamous red coat.|
|Rastus with his "look." His eyes are my favorite.|
|The usual flood behind the barn...which flowed into the barn at the front and the back...sigh.|
|Shadows from the hill behind our place cast its outline on Hat Butte.|
|A Pocket of Sunset|
|That's Rastus in the flying snow! He was more than anxious to work cows!!|
|The look of satisfaction. Rastus says "I did good!!"|
|On the look out...checkin' for varmints of course.|
|Lots of melting...|