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  • Cocoadiva MGold

    Good morning from AZ.

  • Tony Grimes

    Good Morning Everybody From Ireland

  • Ray Tower

    Coffee. Quiet. And the latest episode of Lumnah Acres. It just doesn’t get any better!!!!

  • Agnes Takacs

    Love the road trips into town! So pretty 😊 lol Mr Figaro needs to double check that you didn’t bring him anything 😹

  • silverdemonwolf426

    Some venison would go nicely with the chicken and pork in the freezer! Also, Hope’s sister Fern just had two beautiful little doelings a full week early over at Weed Em And Reap!

  • Tim Yowell

    Good morning. Have you ever thought about getting a enclosed cargo trailer to haul and store hay and feed? Rather than a camper shell for your truck. I have one and it works great for me.

  • Kathleen Cone

    It’s looking more hopeful that we will secure the purchase of our ‘homestead conservatory’ by the 1st of the new year, thanks to everyone who has been praying for us! We love you Lumnah Acres family.

    • Kathleen Cone

      @Poison Ivy .. Well, I’m (hopefully) buying an old stone church that will be used to create a Conservatory for History, Art, Music, Literature etc. while at the same time using the 1 acre rural property for a homestead. This property has a walk-out basement that we will be renovating into our home, while leaving the church historical, not unlike a museum.. So, basically it will be a sort of ‘Time Capsule’ and ‘Homestead’ at the same time.

      For example: Directly across from this old church is an old grave yard, and we intent to research and document the historical lives and culture of these people.. When it comes to Art for example, I am a Surrealist and will continue my life’s work and be using the sanctuary as a sort of art studio, gallery.. My husband on the other hand is an experimental musician and he will be using the sanctuary to create, experimental sound to silent films… and to host a small wedding or two as requested (albeit we are not going into the wedding business) and maybe ‘meet-ups’ for fellow homesteader families and the like.. however the property will remain private (non- commericial)… All while starting a small wisteria garden, growing wine grapes, having bees, growing lavender and food for our own consumption. etc.. Whew… that was a mouthful… * ahahahaha

    • Kathleen Cone

      @ashy slashy I posted a reply (to Poison Ivy) that I hope answers your question, as well. 🙂

    • Kathleen Cone

      @TD Hawk … I know what you mean!… The tears flowed when I lost a chance at another property that would have been perfect for us..(you live and you learn). This property we are looking to buy has a title use restriction and a few challenges that has kept the ‘wolves’ at bay.. *ha… but for our purposes the restriction will help protect the purpose we will be using the property for…soooo .. I think we are going to succeed this time around.

    • TD Hawk

      @Kathleen Cone the restrictions sound fantastic, then! I wish you the very best!🙏💕

    • Carol Johnson

      @Kathleen Cone ❤️ Sounds fascinating!

  • Itza Moi

    Years ago I learned that if you want your wings, or nuggets, crispy in the oven, add a few table spoons of corn starch to your flour and spice mixture. It works 🙂

    • Margaret Bedwell

      That’s good to know. I always have corn starch on hand. I presume this would work for pan fried chops too.

  • MARLENE Kutcher

    Good morning all. Al if you slide a small dowel in a hem on that fabric door (where you store the shavings, ) it would roll up easier. Put up some curtain brackets at each end to set them into once rolled up and another set upside down on the bottom , to secure the fabric from blowing in. Love those recipes.

  • vivian williams

    The goats 🐐 are looking for dates ! And the dinner looks delicious! 😊👍💕💕💕

  • Astrabelta Nebulosa

    Good morning, beautiful family, the day is the same here where I live in cloudy and cold Brazil …… Good morning to all who read this comment and who are anywhere on this Planet Earth 🌎🌎🌎 Health

  • Fitness 101

    Boil the sweet potatoes for 10 or 15 minutes until the skin comes off easy. Par boil. Then peel and cut. They will cook faster in the oven and be crispy. For the nugget I would use panko bread crumb. 3 bowls. Dredge chicken in flour first, then an egg and water mix, then bread crumbs. Crispy nuggets. Love your channel.

  • Kathleen Blight

    For a really crispy coating try dredging the chicken pieces through seasoned flour, then the seasoned egg, then through well seasoned panko breadcrumbs. Works every time for me 🙂

  • David Moran

    Nothing like the smell of wood stove smoke in the fall.

  • di butler

    Gina, here in the Deep South, we brine chicken in buttermilk, for a few hours, but overnight is the best! A little corn starch in your dredge with some seasonings makes them all the better.
    Here’s a tip for a different brine, Chick fil a brines all of their chicken in the juice of the pickles they use on the sandwiches, and the dredge gets a few tiny pinches of fine sugar.

  • Anci Margarita

    Gina, use next time bread crumbs. You dip the chicken piece in the seasoned flour first (i just add some salt and pepper and sometimes a little bit of powdered oregano), then the egg mixture and finally the bread crumbs (you can also use panko)and i tell you, they come out crunchy and really good. The barn is looking so great, well… all you do comes out looking great!

  • Margaret Bedwell

    Did you notice Figaro playing Halloween Cat in the window with the pumpkin…hahaha so cute.
    I loved the trip into town. It is a beautiful little community. Barn looks great, the batten strips add personality as well as being functional. Dinner looked delicious as always Gina. Y’all have a Blessed day.

  • Diane Coleman

    How’s that leg of yours Coming along?,
    Hope it’s healing nicely now!.

  • Chris Burch

    time to add shavings to chicken nest. see the spot the roaming hens like.

  • Joe Smucker

    Somebody did a grand job of cleaning up the workshop..

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