" hy camas,i am very interrested whith curing meats with brines and cool air but have difficultys finding infos.on you videos you make it sound very simple,can you direct me to more infos on the subject please.i raise my own animals on pastures…"
i am a fultime dad,5 children from 10 to 27,maried,my wife,madeleine is quadraplegic due to a trafic accident when she was 18,we met a few years later and realy cliked,i had at the time 2 year old twin boys that i was rasing by myself and madeleine just jumped in without ever looking back.i just love her.i take care of my wife and it brings me and my familly an income from the automobile insurance society that we have here in québec but i still have a lot of time on my hand.so we bought an abandoned farm 12 years ago and moved on it 9 years ago.built a house,a barn,fences got animals,started with hens of course and moved up to pigs,goats.sheep wild turkeys,ducks geese,laamas,rabits and...thats it for now.big garden,100apple trees and a 200 + plants vineyard and it s all sliping thru my hands,i have taken to much to handle for one man with limited time available.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
leg of lamb,gravy made from the drippings heavy cream and home made maple sirup,of course the lamb was home grown too,roasted fresh from garden vegetables and fresh tomato salad with cucumbers,onions and lemon basil and of course garlic...yum.
ken follet, fall of giants....great!
Currently listening to:
radio canada,espace musique 95.5 in québec city
My latest DIY project:
a 16 x12 feet greehouse made with recycled thermos windows from the local school.
Salut, Jean Pierre. Bienvenue à HOMEGROWN! My name is Jennifer, and I'm the flock tender here (site updater and tweaker, feeder and waterer of content). I’m so glad you found us—and I’m amazed by how many projects you’ve got going, not even counting the kids! It sounds like you stay very busy—but with such fantastic outcomes. The greenhouse, not to mention the leg of lamb, sound incredibly impressive. If you’re game for doing so, I hope you'll share photos or stories of your farm in our member blog, The Stew. Elsewhere on HOMEGROWN, you can always find the latest additions to the site at the top of the homepage, and if you’ve ever got questions, please don't hesitate to leave a comment on my profile page or shoot me a message. I hope you feel right at home!