1Add one cup water in a pot .2Grate ginger, add Cardmon, 3 tsp tea, sugar according to taste and let it boil .3Keep boiling till full boil after that also leave on for like 2 min so that u can get the full flavor of the tea, it tastes better if you can find a Indian tea don& 39;t use green tea.4It should be boiling like this and Do keep stiring with a spoon in between .
PHOTO: Amy GrisakFor 26 years, Paul Johnson has yet to see a routine day. As a brand inspector for the Montana Department of Livestock, Johnson is the person who producers, large and small, depend on for multiple issues. On any given shift, he might sort cattle and ensure that every animal is inspected at a sale, or he might just as easily be called to wrangle goats in a suburban neighborhood.
Home /Recipes / Breakfast Recipes /JohnnycakesPHOTO: Rachael BruggerJohnnycakes were once called journey cakes, sustenance to be stored in saddlebags and eaten by travelers. The trick to making johnnycakes is patience. You must wait until the lacey pancake is nearly dry in the pan on one side so it will lift away from the pan to be turned.
Rachel Hurd AngerAny suggestions for chickens and hurricanes in Florida? Leave them in the coop? Lock them in the shed? What’s best for them? —Jeff, via FacebookI love this question. Because my experience is raising chickens in Kentucky, I generally focus on the severe weather most common to me: thunderstorms and snowstorms, though neither is as common now as they were back in my home state.
1Thinly slice the celery.2Chop 1 onion.3Chop 1 green pepper4Rinse 1 15 ounce can of kidney beans5Preheat a 4 quart pot over medium-high heat. Add a little olive oil.6Sauté the onion, green pepper, celery and garlic for about 6 minutes.7While the veggies are sautéing, prep the spices. Combine 3 teaspoons of paprika, 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper, 1 teaspoon dried thyme, 1 teaspoon dried oregano and 1 teaspoon salt.
Home /Animal Care /Poultry Profile: Get to Know the MaransThe Marans Chicken Club USA describes the breed as “a medium-size bird with the character of a rustic farm hen, giving an impression of solidity and strength without being coarse. The legs are lightly feathered, but leg feathering should never be excessively heavy.
1Mix all ingredients into a bowl. You may want to nuke for 30 seconds to soften cream cheese.2I use real bacon but you can use bacon bits if you would like.3Chop up very fine.4Chop top off5Core out the jalapeño using a butter knife to avoid cutting jalapeño edges.6This is what you get out of the center, leave some of the seeds = more heat.
Courtesy Julie HelmDr. Julie Helm, DVM, travels to coops in South Carolina, donned in a silver tiara, to teach about the importance of biosecurity.This week, the USDA is celebrating its annual Bird Health Awareness Week (Oct. 30, 2011 to Nov. 5, 2011) and there’s one veterinarian who is getting out the word about poultry health in a showstopping way.
1What you will need to get started, shower gel and an empty soap dispenser.2Add about 1 ounce shower gel or a little more to your empty bottle3Next, slowly fill the bottle with hot water. The hotter the better.4Slowly turn the bottle upside down, to let shower gel mix and dissolve in the hot water. Repeat until shower gel is completely dissolved.
PHOTO: Jessica WalliserEvery gardener I know freely admits to making a lot of mistakes. When you think about it, gardening is a relatively safe hobby to mess up. Compared to missing that ski jump or taking a softball to the eye, pruning a perennial back a tad too far is no big deal. Mistakes are made in the garden on a regular basis; certainly I’ve made plenty myself.
1First, put a layer of clear coat on to all of your nails.2You can put on colour and another clear coat, but i chose not to :)3Now take your nail stickers and decide which ones you& 39;ll put on each finger.4I decided to use a butterfly for my thumb ....5.... and a flower for my pinky xD6Finnaly, just do another clear coat on top of the nails you put a sticker on and you& 39;re done!
Home /Gardening /Sowing Flower SeedsI’m busy sowing flower seeds.I love to support my local nurseries, but I just can’t see spending three bucks for a pack of 6 zinnia seedlings when I can get a hundred seeds for the same price.I find that so many flowers started by direct seeding in the garden grow so much better than those transplanted from the nursery.