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So Long And Thanks For All The Frogs So Long And Thanks For All The Frogs By The Improbable Farmer 01/29/12 21:07 I do believe in climate change, peak oil, and a future that will be drastically different from the way we live now because we can't get enough people on the bandwagon fast enough. I was actually told by someone last week that climate change was not a scientifically...
If Cabbage Comes Along, You Must Whip It If Cabbage Comes Along, You Must Whip It By The Improbable Farmer 01/27/12 22:19 As I look in my pantry, I see all the signs of summer starting back. I have canned peaches, dill pickles, and an abundance of jam. It seems like a cruel trick that to preserve all that deliciousness at home, I have to fill my barely air conditioned house...
Unprocessed 2012 and Judge Judy Unprocessed 2012 and Judge Judy By The Improbable Farmer 01/27/12 02:14 Ok folks, I'm about 3 weeks into my unprocessed challenge. Check out the start of the challenge here and here. I did almost break down and buy one of my favorite go-to processed foods on Monday. I was planning to make eggplant parm and I cut into my eggplant...
Meatless Monday - Crispy Tofu Meatless Monday - Crispy Tofu By The Improbable Farmer 01/10/12 06:30 In my last post, I talked about my 2012 UN-resolution to un-process my life and food. For the first 90 days, I'm trying to unprocess by using up and then not replacing processed foods. My challenge has lead me to ask myself exactly what I consider processed...
Dark Days Challenge Dark Days Challenge By The Improbable Farmer 01/06/12 04:13 In my last post, I wrote about the Dark Days Challenge. In the DDC (as the cool kids call it), we prepare at least one meal per week following SOLE guidelines: sustainable, organic, local, ethical. I tend to cook mostly from at least three of the four points...
A Real Tree With No Knees A Real Tree With No Knees By The Improbable Farmer 12/17/11 05:18 I grew up with a fake Christmas tree. I even remember the first time I saw a real Christmas tree and thought it was the oddest sight ever. I remember being overwhelmingly excited when I got to help my mom match the branches. For those of you that don't...
Dark Days Challenge Dark Days Challenge By The Improbable Farmer 12/15/11 04:12 Last year, I joined a cooking challenge hosted by the (not so) Urban Hennery called the Dark Days Challenge. This year the challenge is bigger and better and being hosted by Not Dabbling in Normal. The Dark Days Challenge is an exercise in SOLE (sustainable,...
Meatless Monday's Triumphant Return Meatless Monday's Triumphant Return By The Improbable Farmer 11/22/11 07:40 The Midwest, meat-eating husband and I took a little break from planning our Meatless Mondays. Ok... I took a break from planning it. That's not to say that we didn't usually have one or more meatless meals throughout the week. But sometime's the formality...
Trickle down pantry economics Trickle down pantry economics By The Improbable Farmer 11/01/11 23:23 Cleaning my house does not come naturally to me. I don't notice the dust bunnies and fur balls hovering underneath the couch. My kitchen sink is always at least half filled with dishes. My windows are never without noseprints from my beagles and cat peering...
Crab and Shrimp Cakes with Garlic Aioli Crab and Shrimp Cakes with Garlic Aioli By The Improbable Farmer 07/31/11 04:34 Well, it's been a while. I've been glancing at my blog every so often. Sometimes my finger's have hovered over the keyboard waiting expectantly for my mind to come up with some sort of a witty, knowledgeable, and awe inspiring opening to ring in my triumphant...
Whole Bowl Tali Sauce Recipe for Meatless Monday Whole Bowl Tali Sauce Recipe for Meatless Monday By The Improbable Farmer 07/11/11 22:11 Everyone remember my Midwestern, meat-eating husband? Swing back and visit his recipe for Mac'N'Cheese'N'Spam or how about my recreation for him of the Olive Burger (it's a Michigan thing). Here he is with his "ho" last summer. Anyhow, when he moved to...
Questionable meat products Questionable meat products By The Improbable Farmer 06/07/11 20:03 Last week I asked readers to identify my mystery photo. No one figured it out..... This mystery circular explosion is none other than Blood Sausage . Blood sausage actually exists in many cultures across the world in various forms. The French version of...
I have a secret I have a secret By The Improbable Farmer 06/01/11 19:57 It's been forever since I've had the time to write anything! So many exciting things have happened in the last few weeks that I can't wait to start spilling my guts. But let me insert an oddly appropriate picture here.... Mystery Meat Anyone know what this...
Peanut Butter Disaster Peanut Butter Disaster By The Improbable Farmer 05/20/11 22:18 When I organized my kitchen and garage, I designed most of it in a way I understood. It's an odd reflection on the state of organized chaos running through my mind. However, in order to allow my husband to forage for his own food, I designated a snack shelf...
It's alive It's alive By The Improbable Farmer 05/19/11 07:14 Yep.. I created this. Now I understand where the terror in this movie came from. I didn't want to admit this one but you can all thank the Midwestern, meat-eating husband for this again. Can you identify the mystery substance in this pot? And here's the...
Homemade Mayo - using up your eggs take two Homemade Mayo - using up your eggs take two By The Improbable Farmer 05/04/11 20:47 I was so shocked the mayo turned out that this is the only picture I got! On Earth Day, I had a small ranting session about reducing your consumption before reusing or recycling. Then last week I discussed the issue common to chicken owners: what to do...
Homemade Laundry Powder Homemade Laundry Powder By The Improbable Farmer 05/02/11 20:25 Some of you may have noticed that I took a bit of a break from writing. But that doesn't mean that I haven't still been busy. I've been looking around my house and trying to find ways that I can reduce the amount of trash I'm creating and the plastic I'm...
Spicy Bacon Jam Spicy Bacon Jam By The Improbable Farmer 04/29/11 20:32 I went on a girls getaway with my best friend from high school recently. We try to get together when we can but this trip was long overdue. We went shoe shopping at Nordstroms, bought our dinner from Pikes Place market, and reminisced about old times over...
Chicken Bribery - aka Chickens 201 Chicken Bribery - aka Chickens 201 By The Improbable Farmer 04/29/11 19:32 A few days ago I wrote about how to raise baby chicks and keep them alive... even if my first attempt only kept my chicks alive long enough to feed the neighborhood cats. Here's where I went from that disaster. I decided that since it was August, I didn't...
Homemade Reusable Produce Bags:  Reduce and Reuse Before Recycle Homemade Reusable Produce Bags: Reduce and Reuse Before Recycle By The Improbable Farmer 04/28/11 23:34 I never learned to sew. The whole concept is fascinating and mysterious to me. I don't know how to sew on a button or how to properly fix a hole or a hem. My current previous method for fixing minor clothing issues is my red swingline stapler. Seriously......
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