Health Food


Considering the bacon burger dogs, here was our dinner last night, after Ross went back to Norfolk, and I was cooking to please vegetarian Weston:

Whole wheat pizza with mozzarella, spinach, and peppers.

I’m nothing if not versatile!

Note that we are back in the studio, under ongoing power outage conditions and generator power.

CITR coming to you via generator power on DAY TEN (!) of the Great Summer Power Outage of 2012.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 9, 2012  

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  1. 7-9

    Oh, Suzanne, you are blessed to have A/C and family around you. We just made it through several days of the 100’s and I too carried water to my gardens–buckets and buckets and buckets, just trying to keep things alive until the heat breaks. God bless you and may you have power soon.

  2. 7-9

    Hope the elect. Is back on soon, and it’s soooooo good to hear from you again. Boy did I miss my morning reading with my coffee!!

    It really doesn’t matter if it’s food critters or just pics of the farm. I think I’m addicted to this site.

    Have a good day and try to stay cool


  3. 7-9

    Sorry to hear your out of power again! That has to be frustrating. Glad you all are doing well. Hope you get power today.

  4. 7-9

    Suzanne, Good Morning to all of you! hope today finds you a little bit more relief from this God awfull heat! we hit 106* yesterday: it was just gross outside: to say the least!! I’m new to your page, and am quickly becoming adicted to it!!! just love the post and pictures and the discriptive way you explain what’s going on around you! Canned 2 canners of beef vegetable soup this weekend! Thank God for AC:: don’t know how those women years ago did it w/ out the AC ?? I was thinking, was the divorce rate higher back then?? lol::I’m going to post my recipe for the soup; it turned out very tasty if I do say so myself: and I got the idea here from you! Thanks bunches!!!!stay cool, calm and collected! you are and inspiration to so many!!!!I now have to learn how to navigate around your page’s::::I’m somtimes a little “tech challanged” hee hee

  5. 7-9

    Maybe you need to consider getting a nice solar oven.It would be good for you to use and a nice thing to share at retreat.

  6. 7-9

    Wow, first class dining while camping out. I’m very impressed.

  7. 7-9

    Oh no doubt in my mind….I am addicted to this site :hug: And yes, Suzanne you are very versatile!

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