One of my favorite meals to make with my kids is breakfast. Maybe I’m more patient with them after we’ve all had a good night sleep, maybe the smell of bacon and eggs makes me happy, or maybe it’s my strong cup of coffee. Either way, it’s one of my favorite times to get in the kitchen with my little ones and let them freely make their little messes and then proudly announce to daddy that, “breakfast is ready!”
Gwen Phipps of Frankfort and Daniel Fuqua of Lawrenceburg announce the engagement of their daughter Emily Fuqua to Sam Crossfield.
The groom is a son of Robert and Carla Crossfield of Lawrenceburg. He is a 2006 graduate of Anderson County High School and a 2011 graduate of the University of Kentucky. He is employed by state.
The bride is a 2009 graduate of Anderson County High School as well as a 2014 graduate of Eastern Kentucky University. She is employed as a Registered Nurse at Saint Joseph Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gruenwald announce the engagement of their daughter Amy Lynn Gruenwald to Matthew Dylan Holt.
The groom is the son of David and Dana Holt of Lawrenceburg and the grandson of the late John Allen and Gayle Dadisman and Kenneth and Rose Holt.
He is a 2005 graduate of Anderson County High School and a 2009 graduate of the University of the Cumberlands. He is currently employed by Blue Grass Stockyards and also serves as the Assistant Farm Manager of the family througbred operation Gunsmoke Farm.
Summertime is in full effect and I am making the most of the crops that survived all the rain. One of my favorite vegetables from the garden is zucchini. I especially love its versatility. It can be crunchy, creamy, sweet or savory.
After a long summer day of work and play on the farm, I like to go inside to cool off and mix up a few quick ingredients to go on the grill.
If it were up to me, we would eat breakfast, lunch and dinner outside, and sometimes we do.
I’ve always enjoyed grilling, but I have a new-found love for it since moving to the farm. Grilling out is more of a way of life here on the farm, instead of just something you do on the weekends or holidays.