Hi there.  I am trying this video thing out for the first time.  I have seen those awesome recipe videos on Facebook….you know the kind where all you see is hands placing ingredients in bowls and pans directly below the camera with some light elevator music playing in the background and font added to describe the ingredients with amounts?  I really like em.  I can’t see myself going to those videos to search for recipes as I am a pen and paper kind of girl…really always have been.  But, they are the “it” thing in food blogging now.  Not sure if I will get toRead More →

Most moms gets to the place eventually. The place where they’ve been replaced. Sigh. Last night was that time for me. I am an Air Force mom. “wingman, leader, warrior..I will never falter, and I will not fail!” My airman is flying home for a visit soon. When I asked him what time he would be in so that I can be at the airport on time, I saw it on his FaceTime face. He didn’t even have to say anything. I wasn’t the one that was going to pick him up. “Bu….t What do you mean? Ohhhh. I get it. Ok.” Ugg He’s beenRead More →

loaf Bread

This white loaf bread makes wonderful toast and sandwiches.  It has a very slight sweet taste and freezes well. White Loaf Bread Prep Time-15 minutes to mix and knead. 2 hours to rise. Bake Time-30 minutes Servings-Bakes two loafs in a 4 X 8 loaf pan. (I use metal loaf pans instead of glass. The metal seems to bake a better loaf.) This bread freezes well. This recipe is adapted from an “Amish Bread” recipe I located from an unknown source on Pinterest. White Loaf Bread-Big Sky Farmhouse 1-20-17   PrintWhite Loaf Bread-Big Sky Farmhouse Ingredients6 C. Bread Flour (If you don’t have bread flour,Read More →

This banana bread is soft on the inside with slight crisp layer of bread crust goodness around the top.  So yummy and tender it is a favorite in our home.  It stays moist for up to 3 days and is heavenly warmed slightly with a pat of butter.  Enjoy!   PrintAmazing Banana Bread-Big Sky Farmhouse Ingredients6 Medium Bananas-frozen. Thaw them out before making recipe. (I keep my very ripened bananas in the freezer until I’m ready to bake with them.) 8 TBSP. Unsalted Butter, melted and cooled for about 10 minutes. 1 3/4 C. All Purpose Flour 1 Tsp. Baking soda 1 Tsp. Salt 2Read More →

This was my first post on this blog.  Quick (and super easy) Thai Coconut Shrimp Soup.  At the time, I was still trying to figure out how to take appropriate pics and basically did not know what the heck I was doing.  I am still there..partially…but who cares?  I am having a good time and being creative and making rockin’ food too.  The food pics are always improving and the food eating is always happening. LOL.   So, I asked my husband to pick a recipe from my Big Sky Farmhouse book yesterday to make for dinner.  He picked this one.  I didn’t get aRead More →