Saturday, March 31, 2012

Our Animals

Hello Again!
Today I am going to post about the animals on our farm. There is so many of the that I will try to make this post not to long!
OK, so here it goes...

About 50 chickens

Three cute Ducks

Three kittens ~ Catty, Alexi, and Jimmy

One big cat~ Blackie Jackie

Two dogs~ Girl ( She is our herd dog that stays with the goats) and my dog Webster

35 goats~ They all have names, but it would take to long to write them all! The breed of goats we have are half Nubian half Pygmy called kinder goats.

2 cows~ Daisy and her BIG calf Georgie

2 horses~ My sisters Arabian horse named Lily and my Paint horses name is Maggie

Sorry I can't post any pictures yet, but on my I pad that I am writing on now you can't upload pictures! It's terrible! I will try to go on the family computer soon though!

I am going to try to write some about the flowers that are blooming around here today!

Have a Great Shabbat!

Friday, March 30, 2012

Breakfast Bread~

Well, today I am going to post a recipe of breakfast bread. I make it a lot for Erv Shabbat preparations( We don't cook on Shabbat )
So here it is!

~Breakfast Bread~


~ Flour
~ Yeast
~ Water
~ Sugar
~ Salt
~ Oil
~ Eggs

Get a large mixing bowl and add 2 cups of flour and 2 tablespoons of yeast. Stir well. In a small sauce pan add 2 cups of water, 1 teaspoon of sugar, 2 tablespoons of salt, and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Heat that until the liquid is a comfortable temperature. If the liquid is to hot it will kill the yeast and if it is to cold it will not activate the yeast, so be careful! Then add the wet ingredients to the dry and stir really well. Then add the 2 eggs and stir some more. Next add about 3 more cups of flour to the mixture and kneed the dough for about 3 minutes. The dough should feal very pliable. Set this dough aside and cover with a cloth in a warm place for 1 hour. Then roll out the dough on a greased cookie sheet into a oval shape.let that rise again for 30 minutes while you make the inside mixture.

The insides can really be anything you would eat for breakfast like potatoes, eggs, sausage, bacon, onions, and so on. For my last receipe I added Potatoes, green onions, onions, cheese, and eggs. So, cook it all lightly and then lay the mixture in the middle of the oval bread.
Cut each long side of the bread about 8 times to make thick strips. Then twist one of each of the strips on each side together in the center of the bread. Twist the rest of them all the way down the bread. Bake at 400 for about 25 to 30 minutes. Cool then put in the frig to enjoy tomorrow! Well, I am going to go now and get ready for Sabbat!


Thursday, March 29, 2012


Hi again!

Yesterday and today my sister Cassie ( her blog is ) and I were in my herb garden getting the ground all ready for planting. We put down some paper so that we don't have to weed much and I also planted the Dill and Basil today. I really like having a herb garden. It is kind of like a new hobbie of mine. You all should try to plant some herbs too!

Have a great spring day!


My First Post


My name is Kari and I live in the beautiful OZARK hills of Missouri. I am really excited to start this blog, so let's get started!
This blog is going to have many different posts such as...

~ Updates of the Goodhope Goshen Farm

~ The flower of the week

~ Some posts of our animals

~ Pictures of our country living

And much more!

So, What do you think? ( Comments are welcomed!)

I will be putting up a poll of these ideas for posts and you all will be the ones to pick which I post about the most!