Vegan Cornbread

For me, an essential to any cornbread, vegan or not, is my Mom's iron skillet.  There's just something about this iron skillet that makes the best crisp cornbread, plus it brings back a lot of wonderful memories! How to make a delicious vegan cornbread: Ingredients: 1 Tbsp of vegan mayonnaise or 2 Tbsp of Aquafaba... Continue Reading →

Water…An Essential of Life

  Yesterday was well digging day on the Hennick Homestead.  We are moving right along with everything and water seemed like something we should have quickly.  Jordan Well Services of Franklinton did the job for us.  They arrived at 7:30 a.m. and had a well dug before lunch.   I have never seen a well... Continue Reading →

Driveway and House Pad Finished

Even more quick progress.  The driveway and house pad are officially finished, along with some extra land clearing.  Nathan and I went out today to see the progress and meet with the contractor/builder who is going to help us get the Tiny House built.  We spent almost two hours walking around the area, planning and... Continue Reading →

Quick Progress

We took a drive to the new property today to check on progress.  Applewhite Enterprises worked non-stop yesterday to get as much done as possible before Hurricane Nate makes us pause for a few days.  As you can see, Nathan went prepared to get some work done! We took a walk around to check out... Continue Reading →

The Journey Begins

For those of you who know us, you know we have been talking about and working toward "going tiny" for about the past two years.  We currently live in Folsom Louisiana on just over 2 acres of land, but about two years ago we purchased 9 acres in Washington Parish Louisiana and decided it was time... Continue Reading →

Vegan Chili

  There is nothing better on a cold winter day than a steaming bowl of chili (yes we have winter in South Louisiana, all 3 days of it).  Since I love chili and Nathan (my husband) and I are vegetarian (mostly vegan); I decided to try to make vegan chili.  I think it turned out... Continue Reading →

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