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Live Simple, Live Full.: 3 ~ Simple Eating

Live Simple, Live Full.: 3 ~ Simple Eating

This recipe is the winner of our "Uncover the Flavors" recipe contest, sponsored by Kahlua, and comes from Noelle Bothe of Uniontown, Ohio, who serves this fondue with fresh-cut fruit, marshmallows, and brownies and as a sauce for ice cream.

Dark Chocolate Kahlúa Fondue

Grands! Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts will be the hit of your Friendsgiving! Surprise your friends with these easy doughnuts made with flaky layer biscuits and topped with pumpkin spice icing. No one can resist this fun dessert and it’s the perfect treat to bring to all of your Thanksgiving gatherings!

Grands!™ Pumpkin Spice Donuts

Pumpkin Spice Doughnuts will be the hit of your Friendsgiving! Surprise your friends with these easy doughnuts made with flaky layer biscuits and topped with pumpkin spice icing. No one can re (Lemon Butter Biscuits)

Live Simple, Live Full.: A Time for Planning

A Time for Planning ~ Ray Lovegrove

Live Simple, Live Full.: Uncertain Harvest ~ Ray Lovegrove

Live Simple, Live Full.: Uncertain Harvest ~ Ray Lovegrove

The biggest troublemaker you’ll probably ever have to deal with, watches you from the mirror every mornin’.

Farmer reading his farm paper – Coryell County, Texas, September 1931

Live Simple, Live Full.: The Things I Need ~ Ray Lovegrove

: The Things I Need ~ Ray Lovegrove

Saying no

A place to find inspiration on food & gatherings

Book: In Living the Quaker Way, author Philip Gulley, known both for his books about religion and his Harmony series of novels about a Quaker pastor, explains the basic tenets of the Religious Society of Friends: simplicity, peace, integrity, community, and equality. As he discusses each principle, Gulley suggests how to incorporate them into an ordinary contemporary life without joining a local Friends Meeting.

Such a great book i really recommend to anyone, Friend or not. Living the Quaker Way: Timeless Wisdom For a Better Life Today by Philip Gulley

The False Self & True Self

A Conversation with my False Self - The letter below is an adaptation of something I wrote to myself a few years ago, when attempting to trace back some of the roots of my insecurity and anx.

<p>And so we come to Small Farm Future’s final post of 2015. And what a year it’s been.</p>

<p>And so we come to Small Farm Future’s final post of 2015. And what a year it’s been.</p>

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