Friday Favorite 8/1/08 Edition

This week’s favorites in no particular order:

  • I’ve been looking for ways to expand my sourdough offerings, A blackberry-plum sourdough tart, may just be the next thing to try.
  • Last year I gave away some bush bean seed collected from my garden,  I’m so happy to read about how those seeds have grown and are being canned by fellow bloggers! 
  • If you’re going to full of something, it might as well be homecanned goodies.
  • It’s no secret that I love home and homemaking, but I don’t think I can put it as eloquently as it is stated over at Down to Earth.
  • I’m trying to be a small business owner and enjoyed the 5 Tips for Starting a Small Business over at Get Rich Slowly, very much.

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  1. says

    My beans are still growing, just about to start blossoming. I’ll have to take some photos over the weekend to show you – I think the results (so far) are quite interesting.

  2. says

    Your blog is simple and beautiful!
    Montana is on my “would like to travel there someday or maybe move there” list. It’s so beautiful there.

  3. barbara says

    Hey, Katie, I have just recently found your blog and am enjoying reading past entries and getting up to date.
    I have a question for you, I’ve noticed that you dry raspberry and blackberry leaves, Well I have never dried those leaves before, but have both types of plants, Do you dry leaves from new (this season) canes or just pick drying leaves from last season canes: and what do you use them for?
    Thanks, Barbara (in Tennessee)

  4. says

    Carla – I can’t wait to see the photos!

    YDavis – thank you, thank you. Montana is a beautiful place to call home.

    Barbara – I dry new leaves from the canes and I use them for tea. I love raspbery leaf tea and from what I understand its incredibly good for women. Its good by itself and in a mixture with dried mint and/or black tea.

  5. says

    Hi Kathie, thank you so much for your kind words and for the link to my blog. I’ve put aside some time later this morning to check out some new blogs and have just added you to my list. I’ll be back later to check out some earlier posts.

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