A Book Give-Away-The Farmstead Egg

I have a give-away for you today…

a good book on basic chicken keeping and recipes for all those freshly gathered eggs.

I enjoy my chickens so-they are easy to take of and

fun to watch.

Though I do keep a sharp eye on ol’ Pete, the rooster.

He does not even like me taking photos of ‘his’ hens…

giving me the ‘stink-eye!’

This book is divided into 2 sections-

The first on chicken keeping, and the second of recipes.

If you are thinking of getting some chicks,

this would be a nice book to have.

The many chapters of chicken care.

The second section has are many interesting recipes.

Good ideas for all those eggs!

Recipes from the common to the gourmet.

 

Pickled eggs, anyone?

Pickled eggs are a Pennsylvania tradition.

Asparagus will soon be ready!

In the spring time there is usually an over abundance of eggs.

This recipe is of interest to me-it would satisfy my love of Mexican food.

If you would like to try for a chance to win this book,

just leave a comment on this blog post within the next 7 days.

Next Tuesday, April 11, the winner will be announced!

This book would be a nice addition to your recipe library.

Do you keep chickens?

Would you like to keep chickens?

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Psalm 37:4

Delight yourself in the LORD

and He will give you the desires of your heart.

 

 

4 Comments

  1. My youngest recollections are of chickens and the hen house. I distinctly remember the sounds they made, the clucking, and sometimes an almost cooing, contented sound. Then the fierce clucking if they were scared. I remember the hen house smell. Who could forget it?! I remember the soft feel of the feathers when petting or stroking a chicken. Butchering was very unpleasant for me. Always hated it! Lots of good memories, however, but no, I would not like to have chickens. I’m winding down and it seems like too much work.

  2. My youngest recollections are of chickens and the hen house. I distinctly remember the sounds they made, the clucking, and sometimes an almost cooing, contented sound. Then the fierce clucking if they were scared. I remember the hen house smell. Who could forget it?! I remember the soft feel of the feathers when petting or stroking a chicken. Butchering was very unpleasant for me. Always hated it! Lots of good memories, however, but no, I would not like to have chickens. I’m winding down and it seems like too much work.

  3. I LOVE my chickens! My girls I call them! They have been faithfully helping me clean up my flowerbeds and diligently working the garden over in preparation for planting!

  4. One of my friends is thinking about getting chickens. I’m sure she would like this.

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