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The Roots of my life go back as far as my Great Grandfather.  Gardening is a gene that has been passed down in my family from generation to generation.  It serves as a metaphor for life.  Deep strong roots keep you firmly grounded in tradition, passion and happiness!

For years, I have served as a helpful role to those seeking inspiration, help, or advice. In 2020,  I finally decided to own that role and be intentional about it. I started writing about my passions, my thoughts, and curious wonderings about our society. I founded A farm girls life! with a mission to give others a taste of what goes on in my mind, and it has been a wild success ever since.

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I promised to share some recipes and I haven't done that yet. So here they are!

Recipe #1 Potatoes wedges- 🥔 Just take some potatoes, don't peel them. Scrub them like you would a baked potatoes, then I just start slicing them in rounds like a chip but thicker, I cut off each end and discard, I figure 1 potatoes per person, set your oven on 450%, put your potatoes 🥔 in a bowl big enough to toss them, I use 2-4 tblsp of extra virgin olive oil then generously sprinkle with seasoning salt 🧂, the great thing about this recipe is you can adapt this to your taste, I bake them in a single layer in a 450 % oven for 20 minutes. You will want to take a spatula and loosen right away. Recipe #2. Angel Hair Pasta. Heat 2 tblsp of olive oil in a skillet 🍳 add 2-3 tblsp of minced garlic ( I like to buy the jars of preminced garlic in the produce section) Heat the garlic until it turns light brown (this is such a simple thing but it heightens the taste of the garlic and makes all the difference) Then add 2 jars of minced tomatoes 🍅 1/4 tsp of pepper and simmer for ten minutes. I usually use Angel Hair Pasta with this sauce. The one thing to remember with Angel Hair Pasta is that it only needs to be cooked for 4 minutes at a full boil. Any longer and you turn it to mush. Again the great thing about this recipe is you can adapt it to your taste. Sometimes I add Oregano to it and I like to add 1 small can of sauce. It seems to help the sauce stick to the pasta! I simmer sauce for 10 minutes! Recipe # 3. Pasta Broccoli 🥦 chop up chicken into small cubes. Heat 2-3 tblsp of olive oil, more if you need it! I throw in a tblsp or more of garlic powder and sprinkle with 🧂 salt and pepper. Then stir fry chicken until pink is gone. (Garlic is actually a tenderizer for meat) Then add your Broccoli 🥦to the chicken and steam Broccoli with chicken. If skillet is dry add a little water. In the meantime Heat a pot of water to boiling, add a tspn of salt 🧂and a 2 tblsp of olive oil, 🫒

Add bow tie Pasta and cook for 12 minutes, I use 1 bottle of Ragu Alfredo sauce, I mix it into the chicken, Broccoli 🥦 mixture and simmer for ten minutes. Drain pasta, pour into large bowl and sprinkle a little extra virgin olive oil and mix in. Then take your chicken mixture and stir into pasta. Serve warm! It is delicious and my family (even my little guys) love it! That's it for now! Talk to you later! FG Farm Girl

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