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Every day a miracle at Earthsprings

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From Earthsprings Kitchen: Marinade for Lamb or Chicken Shiska bob

Summer time treat: My Marinade for Lamb or Chicken Shiska-bob Combine in a shallow covered glass dish (of a size to hold 2 lbs. meat in a single layer): ¼ c olive oil ¼ c red wine vinegar 2 teaspoons … Continue reading

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From Earthsprings Kitchen: Meatless Loaf

Jennifer, I promised to post the way I made the meatless loaf you said was “the best meatless loaf I’ve ever had!” Thanks for the compliment, and, as I told you, I can’t begin to give you proportions, as it … Continue reading

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Winter

  The temperature outside dropped to 18 degrees last night. The wind, blowing fiercely, had for days been bringing down any last lingering tree leaves to form a protective blanket for any vulnerable plant roots near the earth’s surface. And … Continue reading

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A fallen giant

When a giant falls there’s a hole overhead that sky shows through where green used to be, and birds fly around in circles, confused, wondering where to sit now, and the earth is punched full of holes that branches make … Continue reading

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Mothering

Today I posted a video I created on “Mothering,” for all those out there who mother the world. I hope you watch it and share it. My gratitude to all who mother me! Mothers

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Safe House

After picking blackberries this morning in the side garden, I thought I saw something different among the brambles, so I pulled back a prickly branch and then I pulled back another leaf or two, and behold, hidden deep in the … Continue reading

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From Earthsprings Kitchen

Several of you asked me for recipes from last weekend’s retreat. Here are recipes for Simple Pork Chops and Salmon Loaf. Simple Pork Chops Have ready: Slice enough onions (1/2 inch thick slices) to completely cover in one layer all … Continue reading

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Today in the Garden

Each day something new, each day something bloomed and gone. Each day I walk and worship and wish for you here to see and share. I think of a quote by Ted O’Neil in his little book Gardening Therapy: “God … Continue reading

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Primavera! Loving our Veggies…

All those springtime veggies are now available to us, and it’s time to fall in love again with simplicity. It’s also a time for experimentation. I hope you are checking out those organic yummies. Here’s how I made my lunch … Continue reading

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