Every day I get up, make breakfast, wash dishes, sweep the floor, and start school with the boys. Every day I think I really need to catch up on dishes/emails/blogging/laundry. And every night I go to bed having almost never made strides in playing catch up.

And so it is in this space with sharing articles, our off-grid journey, links to other articles, and replying to your comments and emails. With all of the preparations being made for a new little one in the not-so-distant future and homestead progress needing to be made I can’t see catching up anytime soon.

And, well, there are the dishes.

But today, in an effort to make a very small step I share with you my two latest articles at the Plan to Eat blog. The first is a hearty breakfast recipe we have eaten many times since we arrived on our homestead:

Farmers Breakfast Hash

The second is an ode to and a how-to concerning one of our recent favorite foods in:

Eight Ways to Use Corn Tortillas

Thank you all for your patience as I have tried to fit this blogging thing into our new way of life. And please do add your feedback in the comments of these articles.

 

One Response to Farmers Breakfast Hash and Using Corn Tortillas

  1. Kathi Harju says:

    You could probably even roll this “hash” up in tortillas. I sure do remember your Uncle’s breakfasts. They tasted so great cooked outdoors.

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