Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving’
What Makes a Windmill Ceiling Fan a No-Brainer?
Ceiling fans are essential to every home, providing a refreshing breeze during hot summer days and circulating warm air in the winter. With so many ceiling fans on the market, choosing the right one can be daunting, and not all are created equal. This article will explore why Windmill Ceiling Fans are an excellent investment…Read More
A Few Ideas to Spruce Up Your Home for the Holidays
The holidays are almost here. Can you feel it? We sure can! And, of course, that means diving headfirst into everything that makes this time of the year fun: baking delicious deserts, Thanksgiving feasts on the farm, Christmas presents wrapped and ready under the tree, children’s laughter, and … you guessed it … decorating your…Read More
The Aperol Spritz Cocktail: A Delicious and Healthy Drink for the Holidays
What comes to mind when you think of the most popular alcoholic holiday drinks? Some might leap to eggnog, hot-buttered rum, Champagne, or even mimosas and a hot toddy. Others can’t resist Baileys Irish Cream or a cranberry orange margarita. But don’t sleep on the deliciousness of a good holiday cocktail — specifically, the Aperol…Read More
6 Unique Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving With Loved Ones!
When any of us think of Thanksgiving, we think of the essentials: a delicious turkey feast complete with stuffing, grandma’s green bean casserole, mashed potatoes and gravy, pumpkin pie, a few surprise dishes no one expected, and, of course, every single one of our loved ones sitting around a banquet table celebrating all the things…Read More
Apple Pie vs. Pumpkin Pie: The Thanksgiving Showdown
So, you’re gearing up for Thanksgiving on the farm. What pie are you bringing? You could easily say, “Ah … pie is pie. Everyone will eat it and be happy,” and most people probably wouldn’t argue with you. But there’s no denying that everyone has their favorite — and for Turkey Day, it usually comes…Read More
Thanksgiving Traditions on the Farm
It’s that time of year again. Time to gather and celebrate all the things for which we are thankful, the most important being that we are actually able to gather again. And the first rule of the farm: when we gather, we eat! If you live on a farm like us, most likely, your Thanksgiving…Read More