Hens lay eggs for approx 2-3 years and live for approx 10 years. Are you prepared to slaughter your "pet" when they stop producing? Or are you prepared to keep your non-producing hen for 6 additional years? City regulations often limit the total number of poultry you can keep in your backyard.
Pros & Cons of Raising Backyard Chickens
|4/16/13 6:25 PM|
@HeidiJoe - Watcher's in the Woods scared me as a kid and honestly I never got over it. You will find zero decorative mirrors in my house because of that movie!
What Was Your First Scary Movie? Dare To Rent It Tonight?
|10/31/12 5:25 PM|
I tried using parmesan rinds in a stock and they melted slightly and left this sticky goo on the bottom of the stockpot that didn't incorporate well into the broth. Any thoughts on what I did wrong?
Soup Base Recipe: Parmesan Stock
|2/9/12 11:52 AM|
The number of clicks that it takes to get from the apartment therapy posting to the store's site is inefficient.
Bottlehood: Recycled Glass Housewares
|2/7/12 12:04 PM|
I own a white lecreuset and it has held up wonderfully. However, the inside is stained a light brown from darker sauces that have been cooked in it and I haven't been successful in removing the annoying stains.
Fashion Meets Function: White Cast Iron Dutch Ovens
|1/4/12 7:55 PM|