It’s March! We are getting so close to spring I can feel it March is a fun month in our family because of all the birthdays My husband and youngest son both have birthdays in March as well as my Gramma Lou! We love to celebrate life around here, so I thought it’d be fun to highlight my Gramma this week Gramma’s birthday is on St Patrick’s Day so that adds a little extra fun We will be celebrating her 92nd birthday with her and we’re
We love the week between Christmas and the New Year It’s full of fun baking, movies, games and playing out in the snow We don’t do a huge New Year’s bash, but we usually have a small get together where everyone brings an appetizer or two to share So, for a quick and delicious recipe, this Buffalo Chicken Dip
With turkey shortages on the rise this year, why not try a recipe with chicken instead?
Northerners make stuffing, Southerners make dressing
Although both are delicious, I may be a little biased towards the Southern classic Chicken dressing is actually a very popular Southern dish and is served all times of the year That being said, it is absolutely a Southern Thanksgiving staple! I hope y’all can give it a try this year!
Chickens specifically bred for meat production, such as Cornish Cross or Rudd Rangers work great for this recipe However, you don’t have to have a special breed At my
Chicken and FLUFFY Dumplings
One of my favorite recipes for the Rudd Rangers is chicken and fluffy dumplings
Fluffy as a biscuit y’all! Last year, we processed our some of our favorite meat type birds to date: the Rudd Rangers
Our Rudds were raised on our property and allowed to free range as soon as they were old enough to stay outside Each consumed traditional chicken feed, but also had a rich diet of green grass and all the bugs they could catch
At precisely 3 months of age, they were ready for processing
This recipe is one of my husband’s favorite meals It