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How to sew a drop cloth apron By Coryanne Ettiene
#BRMBreakfast Bobs Red Mill Breakfast by Coryanne Ettiene
Quick and simple mincemeat recipe by Coryanne Ettiene | Perfect on toast, on baked pears or in your oatmeal.
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How to make Simple Syrup by Coryanne Ettiene

How to make simple syrups

Sometimes I like to get fancy, especially when the process of getting fancy takes so little effort.  Nothing is as fancy as an infused simple syrup, and trust me when I say, nothing can be more simple.  Hence the name, simple syrup.  I generally make a batch of a few flavors and store them in the fridge for up to a month so I can add them to any … [Read More...]


How to sew a drop cloth apron By Coryanne Ettiene

How to sew an apron

In the last 10 years I've had a sewing machine stored deep in the back of a closet collecting dust because I simply could not figure out the bobbin.  Call it stubbornness, but I opted to hand sew everything rather than read the instructions.  Even the thickest of fabrics or the largest of projects had me head down with numb fingers hand … [Read More...]


Super Bowl Party by Coryanne Ettiene

Super Bowl Party #FarmRichHack

I'll never forget my very first Super Bowl party, I went a little over the top with game day favors and flavors.  In fact, I would go as far to say that I spent as much time on my Super Bowl party planning as I did on Christmas Dinner.  We had a crafting table for the children, a flag football game arranged, an outdoor snack stand to make the … [Read More...]


#BRMBreakfast Bobs Red Mill Breakfast by Coryanne Ettiene

Brown Rice Farina Spiced Apple Cereal for #BRMBreakfast

Breakfast in our house is as predictable as the rising sun.  Our mornings are quiet, almost robotic with only the sounds of the kettle bubbling and cold cereal cascading into bowls echoing across the room.  We are together, but lost in our own early morning thoughts. It reminds me of the calm before the storm, because the moment we all leave that … [Read More...]