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ordinary bits and pieces from a very busy week.

kitchen clean, kitchen dirty, repeat.

knit. learn. drink coffee. repeat.

shovel, snow, shovel. repeat.

lots of egg lunches (thank you chickens), cool science, snow, winter sunlight, sourdough.

looking forward to some down time this weekend….

thank you all for your sweet words on my last post…..

xoxo~~

s

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  1. I uploaded pictures from the week thinking I didn’t have much to share….. I guess I was wrong 🙂 The rice dish under the egg is leftover surprise. Lol. I had made a veggie dish the night before with bok choy, kale, peppers, black beans & onions. For lunch I mixed it with leftover rice from two nights before and then served it with the fried egg on top. Totally clean the fridge sort of lunch!

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  2. Thank you……
    For the eggs, the first is a leftover surprise. Lol. I had made a veggie dish the night before with bok choy, kale, peppers, black beans & onions. For lunch I mixed it with leftover rice from two nights before and then served it with the fried egg on top. Totally clean the fridge sort of lunch! The second is an omelet with nutritional yeast, salt, pepper, & avocados. (no cheese)

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  3. Looks a lot like my days although my chickens aren’t laying right now! I have the exact same egg displayer thing on my counter too in green with one lonely green egg that my Americauna laid earlier in the week and I keep hoping for more since one egg is hardly enough for a meal!

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  4. When we lived in Wisconsin our hens did not lay much this time of year. We were lucky to get two or three eggs a week! I would save them up too, using them in a breakfast we could all share. I am so grateful for the abundance in eggs right now 🙂

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  5. Yes…. eggs are truly my favorite ingredient to work around. Good easy nutritious food that is happy with all kinds of rice or beans or veggies. I'll have enough to share once they are all laying daily too! It's always fun to hand over a multi-colored dozen eggs to friends 🙂 ps ~ thank you for the bedding love…. it's a hodge podge of things that looks like it belongs together…… no one would ever know it doesn't.

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  6. Yeah we are way too far north to get eggs naturally this time of year and I don’t really like the idea of putting lights on the ladies so I will wait for my eggs. It’s funny the further you get into homesteading/real food the more you realize that everything has a season. It never would have occurred to me that eggs were seasonal if I didn’t have my chickens!

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  7. We don't put lights on our ladies either. Not even when we lived in WI on Lake Superior, which was *ridiculously* cold. I figure they need to use all the energy they have to stay healthy and warm in the winter. And we all need a break 🙂 Yes, seasons! It's so true. We haven't had fresh tomatoes in months and my little one keeps telling me he knows I could buy them at the store. I tell him farmer Steve's are well worth the wait. I am dreaming of spring's first peas and fresh tomatoes. Yum………..

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