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Sunday, December 12, 2010

My Charlie Brown Tree - MarthaStewart.com

My Charlie Brown Tree - MarthaStewart.com

It's a Charlie Brown Tree Christmas at the Lazy T. Go to MarthaStewart.com and rate this little precious a big ol' 5 stars. It makes everybody smile and lights up the Great Hall with great joy. All of this comes from a little 4' tree. Merry Christmas and joy abounds.

Monday, November 29, 2010

Pioneer Museum I Fredericksburg, Texas

Pioneer Museum I Fredericksburg, Texas

See all the exciting events coming up quickly and browse the information on the Pioneer Museum.

Sunday, November 28, 2010

Farmhouse Omelet Recipe - Omelet Recipes

Farmhouse Omelet Recipe - Omelet Recipes

This just sounds delicious. I think I will make it next weekend at the Lazy T. This would be a great recipe to use up leftovers after a long holiday weekend. You could certainly adjust the meats according to what you have on hand.

Right now I am cooking Chicken Gumbo. This is really backwards in my family traditions. My traditions have seemed to fly out the window over the last several years. My dad died 10 years ago and my mom died 6 years ago. They were the glue in our family. Everything revolved around them, their house, and my mom's cooking. Actually, the gumbo comes from even further back than that. All my life before my grandparents died we went to Pt. Neches, Tx. for every Thanksgiving. Gumbo was on Wednesday night done at my MawMaw's (Dad's mom) and her family. Then Thanksgiving day was at Nanny's (Mom's mom) and all that family. Sunday was always traveling day to home listening to Christmas music on the radio with my mother singing every word.

Been trying to make new traditions for the last six years. Every year has been different--different people, different places, different days, and different food. We even made Mexican food for Christmas one year because everyone had already had 3 turkey dinners with different family groups. Now things are really about to change. I am moving to the beautiful Texas Hill Country in Fredericksburg to run the Lazy T full time. So maybe now it will be easier to start new traditions, since it is totally different. We have tried very hard to keep things the same. Sometimes in life you just can't recreate a stage of your life when you are in a new stage of life. Actually, it is kind of exciting.

I'll keep you posted. Hugs and sunsets, kk

Monday, October 25, 2010

Easy-to-Grow Native Wildflowers

Easy-to-Grow Native Wildflowers

My friend Sherry Tucker David shared this wonderful site with me on Facebook today. Just had to pass on the beauty. I am very excited that I am going to become a Certified Master Naturalist. All the work will be done on the 5 1/2 acres of the Lazy T. I was already doing a lot. Once I have more information about the program it will be posted here. One of my incredible guests this weekend, Carol Yost, is the one that told me all about it. She is developing her property in Brenham under these guidelines. Really exciting. I will keep you posted!

Play to Win

Not my normal post but could not pass up sharing this with you.  So go out and have a great week.  Change your future.

 
http://www.jongordon.com/newsletter-102510-playtowin.html

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

The Gardener's Eden - Autumn Light…

The Gardener's Eden - Autumn Light…

This is gorgeous photography. Just had to share my new find.

Wow, it is busy season at the Lazy T. We have been blessed with wonderful weather for weeks. I went to Wildseed Farm on Saturday and bought tons of new wildflower seed to plant. Looking for a day before rain to put them out. Will have to put them out by Sunday any way. Just an FYI the sweet lady at WSF told me to mix five parts sand with one part seed to throw them out. She also said if you start watering them you have to keep at it. So her advice was let nature take it's course. It worked last year. I need to find out what they are predicting for this winter.

We have been blessed with the most gracious and fun guests. I went to Trade Days this last Sunday and met some folks I have found on FB and Twitter. It pays to get the word out. Oh, Sister, Sister shows in their new Pink Cottage in FBG and also at Canton. They have a FB page with information about their shows. They have beautiful all lined clothing in great colors. Also, the all cotton gowns are so pretty and comfortable. Check them out and then call 325-446-3906 or ohsistersister@aol.com.

My other new find was Blue Trading Company. They also show in Canton. Wayne & Merilee are just the nicest couple and I enjoyed chatting with them. Wayne is my Twitter friend and really enjoys tweeting. They have great home decor--some old and some new. They are on FB as Blue Trading Company. Also, you can email rwayne500@cs.com If you twitter look them up at twitter.com/bluetradingco. Wayne would love to let you know what's new. Their website is www.2blue.biz

Well, enjoy all my new finds. I know there is something you'll love.

Hugs and Sunsets,
kk

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Dying for Chocolate: Cabernet Day: Molten Spiced Chocolate Cabernet Cakes

Dying for Chocolate: Cabernet Day: Molten Spiced Chocolate Cabernet Cakes

Well this about says it all for a cloudy, cool, football kind of Sunday afternoon. I don't have all the ingredients, but I am so glad I found this blog and this recipe. You know me, I just had to share a new, incredible find. I need to write a blog about searching through thousands of blogs. There are incredible ones, great one, good ones, average ones, ones that don't interest me but I am sure someone else, and finally the "I thought I'd write a blog and never did blog".

I am still going through the learning experience and experiment. What I want to offer you is a place to leisurely go and find the best of the best that I have spent all the time and energy finding. Maybe it is the best days on certain blogs and not every day they post. Maybe it is a totally unique bit of history you would find interesting. Maybe it is a quick "oh my gosh" moment. Maybe it is an incredible deal. Whatever it is, I intend to make it worth your while to read this blog. You could instantly be clicking off to go to the information that I found for you. That's okay, that's what I'm here for. To make your life interesting and time efficient. Sifting through all of the rest just for you.
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Friday, September 24, 2010

Fun for December

Looking for something very special to do this Christmas Holiday Season?  Looking for a special way to spend the first weekend of December and kick off the excitement of visions of Sugar Plums?  Book your weekend at the Lazy T and attend the German festivities that make Fredericksburg famous.

St. Nikolausmarkt
Friday, December 3rd, 2-9pm
Free Admission
Saturday, December 4th, 10am-7pm
$5 Admission, 12 & Under Free, $1 off for Seniors 65 and older & military with ID

St. Nikolausmarkt is a fun filled market highlighting the German heritage with plenty of Gemutlichkeit, German treats, music, and beer!
  
For more information, visit www.stnikolausmarkt.com, call the Chamber offices at 830-997-6523, or email christie@fbgtxchamber.org

Call me at the Lazy T, 972-658-6252

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Champagne Diet: Champagne Diet Bible

The Champagne Diet: Champagne Diet Bible: "When I first began living The Champagne Diet, I vowed to live by the following rules... The Ten Commandments of Fabulous I. Spoil yoursel..."

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Whole Louisiana Living - Whole Living Daily : Whole Living

Whole Louisiana Living - Whole Living Daily : Whole Living

OOPPSSS quick. I am Cajun by birthright per my Dad's mom, was a Trahan. I love all things Cajun....had to share. Whole Living has great info. Here it is for Louisiana Living.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Sweet Rolls | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond

Chocolate Chip Cookie Sweet Rolls | The Pioneer Woman Cooks | Ree Drummond

ok, short one. Toooo SWEET to pass up. This is a legand of SWEET ROLLS. I know I am not blogging my own but I am sure all of you appreciate that I do a good job of finding you some of THE BEST yummies out there. That is my job. OK back to baseball. Go Rangers.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Tapa Society - About Tapas - About

Tapa Society - About Tapas - About

Take the time to learn about new wine opportunities coming to Texas. TAPAS – Tempranillo Advocates, Producers and Amigos Society – is a nonprofit trade association of over eighty wineries, growers, and amigos, whose mission is to promote Tempranillo and other varietal wine grapes native to the Iberian Peninsula, and wines produced from them in North America. Learn here how to join and support this new wine push for Texas. Always time for me to learn something new about wine. I don't know a lot about it other than how much I love to drink certain wines. Join with me and educate yourself. Just had to share the news!!!

Monday, September 6, 2010

Back to School Slow Cooker Favorites | The Simple Skillet

Back to School Slow Cooker Favorites | The Simple Skillet

Just must share this site with everyone. It's time to get in the fall groove. Great quick and inexpensive, very tasty recipes. I wish all I had to do was cook. Thanks for letting me share a short one with you.

These five destinations, foreign and domestic, have what a gal pal wants | Travel | Dallas-Fo...

These five destinations, foreign and domestic, have what a gal pal wants | Travel | Dallas-Fo...

What a cool article. Thank you FBG CVB for tweeting this. Good way to spread the word. If I could have been the writer of this article I would agree with 4 out of 5 of her picks. However, I love Fredericksburg being in the 5 of all the world! We have had several ladies groups book our Great House and have others lined up. I had a group of girls (ladies of 39 yrs,) that I had taught in the fourth grade. What a party that was! We have had several pre-wedding shopping tours with the Bride and the Bridesmaids. Also, several mothers, daughters, sisters, freinds, family of the wedding parties and all other combinations. Check us out and then you can write and article just like this one of your world travels including Fredericksburg, TX, and the Lazy T B and B.

Hugs and sunsets,
kk

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Best Stores in Texas 2011

Best Stores in Texas 2011

Totally cool......6 stores in Fredericksburg, the jewel in the Hill Country, have been voted best stores in Texas for 2011. "And on the other hand" as Randy Travis would say McKinney, my home town, has one store "Pumps". Way to go. You will always hold my heart.

I have been to most of the stores on the Fredericksburg list but will make them all by the end of this weekend. Can't wait to go to Red and congratulate all of them. Homestead I have been to many times as well. I always take guests there to show them the building for sure. Really cool, old, old, antiques from all over the world await you. House Wine is a favorite of my son and his girlfriend. I will stop by and have something special before strolling on down the street. Root is a wonderful, contemporary upbeat store. I haven't been to Beulah's but I now have a reason--a new baby girl cousin, Ava Grace. Beulah's sounds like the perfect place to go and find that special gift. And Something Different II is the perfect expression of me...country chic, modern, antique, and just love it all! Come on down and enjoy the uniqueness of Fredericksburg when you want award winning shopping, dining, wineries, and hospitality. We have it all.....and more, now that I think about it. Gotta go--there's a spectacular sunset on the way followed by the show presented by the Milky Way.

Hugs and sunsets, kk

Oktoberfest Fredericksburg Texas

Oktoberfest Fredericksburg Texas

Here's the info for Oktoberfest. I still have some room so book soon. Great site for all the information.

Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Lazy T B and B, Fredericksburg, Texas: Texas Hill Country | Texas | Wine Country Travel |...

The Lazy T B and B, Fredericksburg, Texas: Texas Hill Country | Texas | Wine Country Travel |...: "Texas Hill Country | Texas | Wine Country Travel | Dining and Travel | Wine Spectator This is a great opinion article about the wine countr..."

Texas Hill Country | Texas | Wine Country Travel | Dining and Travel | Wine Spectator

Texas Hill Country | Texas | Wine Country Travel | Dining and Travel | Wine Spectator

This is a great opinion article about the wine country surrounding Fredericksburg. I think it is spot on about the moving to more upscale restaurants and wine lists. Sorry they obviously didn't visit the Cabernet Grill where the food is superb and the wine list is very good. Also, they have a very well educated wait staff. Wait staff can be a bit of a problem in FBG as the unemployment rate is extremely low, usually around 3-3.5%. They were all the way up to 4.5% the first of this year. Above all it was great to see the exposure of Fredericksburg and the Texas Hill Country in another national magazine. The founders of Fredericksburg have allowed the growth, even though it is heavily managed growth. There is great opportunity for the continued growth and keeping that small town feel.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Texas Hill Country Wineries - Texas Wine Trail - Events Calendar

Texas Hill Country Wineries - Texas Wine Trail - Events Calendar


All you need to know to make your October plans. Sooo many great events in the Texas Hill Country, the Texas Wine Trail, and Fredericksburg, TX, especially. This link will take you to all the special information that you need. It has been a spectacular year for wild flowers, peaches, and wine in the hill country. God blessed us with plenty of rain at the right time but now August is looking to be the hottest since 1957 in the Austin area. Glad we are at 2,000 feet.

Breakfast this morning included the peaches, apples, organic cherry tomatoes and basil I found at the Farmer's Market yesterday at Marketplatz. The weather was spectacular, however, there were fewer vendors. Those present told me it was the back to school week and the 122nd Gillespie Country Fair that kept them busy this week. Our Lazy T guests enjoyed their coffee this morning outside after one taking his 3 mile walk and one on a photo-walk. The ladies chose to sit after breakfast in the screen house in the rocking chairs. The 22 year old son chose to go back to bed....ah, the pleasure of youth. After everyone shopped downtown they were off to the scene of the wedding tomorrow. Five sisters, one Dad and one Mom, what a blessing. Three sisters and the parents from California, one sister from here, the bride from here, and one best friend from Brian/College Station. It is just one big three day celebration. I will be going to the wedding tomorrow afternoon (they all insisted) and hope to share some pictures with you. The bride and groom are 13 miles further west into the Hill Country from the Lazy T. Just more beautiful scenery on the way, many low water crossings with flood level indicators on the side. I keep having to remind the guests to watch for deer on the way home. The soon to be newlyweds have built THE party barn. I want to build it to be my house! I will keep you posted. Just one more beautiful weekend at the Lazy T.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Becker Vineyards - Texas Hill Country - Lavender Haus Reception Hall - Calendar

Becker Vineyards - Texas Hill Country - Lavender Haus Reception Hall - Calendar

Come stomp some grapes....and enter the Lucy Grape Stomping Costume Contest. Fun for everyone over the next two weekends.

Witness: Katrina | National Geographic Channel

Witness: Katrina | National Geographic Channel

This is going to be an amazing show. Check it out tonight at 8pm on the National Geographic Channel. I saw some of it on the news this morning. The video is all done by people who stayed behind. The producer then put it together in this 2 hour show. Come back and let me know what you think.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Simple Skillet

The Simple Skillet
Hey, everyone, this is a great site. They have meal plans for every possible need--budget, kids, diabetic, family, low-carb, vegetarian, etc. Quick relief for "what's for supper tonight?" Post your favorite recipes here and we could have a contest for favorite entry voted on by all. Check back soon for details.

Albert Texas

Albert Texas

Lot's of fun events happening in Albert Dance Hall. Just about 30 minutes from the Lazy T. Scoot those boots now.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Calabria from Scratch

Calabria from Scratch

Oh, quick late Sunday evening, while I am watching the golf playoff, yum, yum, yum, this is an incredible blog! Go now!!!!

Friday, August 13, 2010

Texas Daily Harvest - LocalHarvest

Texas Daily Harvest - LocalHarvest

Really cool bunch of information for you to spend some time on this weekend. Great website with recipes included. You can also buy his organic seeds! I know I will take some time on this. My ultimate goal is to have a garden at the Lazy T and use our home grown produce in our breakfast menus and evening appetizers. Of course this not only entails having a garden, but it must be High Fenced to survive!!! That little extra slows me down some. Hopefully over this Fall I will accomplish this task. We are always looking for ways to improve your experience at the Lazy T, and I think this is a great one.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Pantry: French Essentials : How to : Cooking Channel

Pantry: French Essentials : How to : Cooking Channel

Wonderful bits of information. Most of you have these things and didn't even realize you were stocking a French pantry. Cooking French scares a lot of people unnecessarily. Feel free to experiment and share with me what you tried. Please post for me your favorite french recipe and I will give it a try. Jacques Pepin and Julia were some of my favorite shows and recipes. I have their book at home so I will pick from there and find a new favorite I am sure. Today's chef is a lot for adventurous than in my earlier cooking days. Of course you must cook as Julia did--with wine! One shot for the pot and one for the chef! Bonjour!

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Tish Boyle Sweet Dreams

Tish Boyle Sweet Dreams
New awesome blog I found. Cheesecake Peach Tart.....need I say any more than that!!! Use up those Gillespie County or local peaches on this one for sure. Anyone who makes this tell me how it was.....mmmm, mmmmm, mmmmm.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Popular Stonehenge reproduction in Texas Hill Country to be moved | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News | Texas Regional News

Popular Stonehenge reproduction in Texas Hill Country to be moved | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News | Texas Regional News

AWWW. I have had several guest stay at the Lazy T who went to see this. I never did see it in its' original location. Now I wish I had. Guess I had better get to work on that bucket list. You should, too. What's on yours?

Take Me Back To The Fifties

Take Me Back To The Fifties

This was fun. Some of you will get it and some of you won't. Great synopsis of my first 10 years of my life. But the memories never die.

Friday, July 30, 2010

122st Gillespie County Fair Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce Fredericksburg, TX

122st Gillespie County Fair Fredericksburg Chamber of Commerce Fredericksburg, TX

Pretty amazing event. 122nd time! That doesn't happen very often. It is a really old fashioned county fair. Stock shows, food venues, dances, and of course the Midway of fun...rides for all ages. Make plans now to celebrate Americana at its' best.

The Gray Market Report: Pairing food with big red wines

The Gray Market Report: Pairing food with big red wines

Very good read. Lot's to study and think about. You can almost taste and smell the wine and food.

Lick My Spoon» Nectarine and Raspberry Crisp

Lick My Spoon» Nectarine and Raspberry Crisp

Wanted to share quickly this great site I have found. And it just happens to have another way to use those wonderful peaches you are buying (hopefully in the FBG are). You can see all the choices of ways to mix and match the fruits that are available to you. Looks like a perfect weekend, easy, peasy, lemon squeezy dessert! Stay cool out there.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Peach Cobblers - Peach Recipes - Seasonal Produce Recipe Guide - MarthaStewart.com

Peach Cobblers - Peach Recipes - Seasonal Produce Recipe Guide - MarthaStewart.com
Looks like today's great source for fresh peach recipes and inspirations. Wish I had a Peach Mango Ice Pick...if you don't know that would be Peach Mango Ice Tea with a good shot of icy vodka of your choice. Cool yourself off.....Cheers!

Monday, July 19, 2010

Cowgirl Creamery - About Us

Cowgirl Creamery - About Us

What a wonderful find. This looks to be an interesting place. I will be ordering and letting you know what I think. However, I have been to Pt. S Reyes Station and all of the Bolinas area so my thoughts and memories are pouring into what this cheese could be like. It was one of the most glorious places I have every been. All along the peninsula is nothing but beauty and peace. Do a little research on this and see if you don't agree. Thunderous, crashing waves, and serene hiking trails among the elk await you! I can smell the eucalyptus as we rode with the window down letting the cool air wash through the car......

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Friday, July 16, 2010

Liquid Gold - Wine Enthusiast Magazine - December 01 2006

Liquid Gold - Wine Enthusiast Magazine - December 01 2006

mmmmmmm olive oil. This is good information. Try their Italian Bread with Tomatoes and Olive Oil recipe on their site. I bought a wonderful Chipotle olive oil at the new Olive Oil Shop in Fredericksburg, TX. Went in and did "tastings" just like at a winery. They also have a very unique group of balsamic vinegars to taste. I bought a "fig" balsamic. It is all good and hard to choose. Look them up. There are four locations in the US and the newest one is in FBG!

Steaks From Hell Recipe - KitchenDaily

Steaks From Hell Recipe - KitchenDaily

You need to try this out this weekend. I think I will. If you do let me know what you think.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

HealthSetter Challenge – Week 5 — HealthSetter

HealthSetter Challenge – Week 5 — HealthSetter
This came to me through Twitter. Looks like a great blog we all should follow. Very good information. I might even feel inspired. Let me know what you think.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Time to Relax. Really. - How to Have a Stress-Free Summer Vacation - Your Best Body for Summer - WholeLiving.com

Time to Relax. Really. - How to Have a Stress-Free Summer Vacation - Your Best Body for Summer - WholeLiving.com
Vacations are hard to come by these days with trying to keep jobs, the economy of our own pocketbook, and just feeling like we should save the money instead. This is a great article on relaxation if you do take the vacation. However, I found several really good points that you can use daily while on vacation or not. We all need to relax more. It evens suggests turning off the computer and cell phone. That alone would be a big vacation for me. Enjoy your weekend and try and relax along the way.

Friday, July 9, 2010

Welcome to Tra Vigne!

Welcome to Tra Vigne
Just had to post this. I came across it doing other things. It is absolutely one of my favorite places in the world to dine. The atmosphere, the food, the service, the bar, the EVERYTHING. If you ever go to the Napa Valley put this on your bucket list. Be sure to make reservations well in advance. Spend time just soaking it all in. Oooooo, ok, now I've made myself all relaxed and reminiscing....mini-vacation. That was good!

The Gray Market Report: The best place to drink Texas wine

The Gray Market Report: The best place to drink Texas wine
Way to go Ross and the Cabernet Grill. Great blog about all Texas Wine!

Tipsy Diaries - Summertime Is Bloody Mary Time at Local Restaurants - NYTimes.com

Tipsy Diaries - Summertime Is Bloody Mary Time at Local Restaurants - NYTimes.com
Cakebread Wines had brought this to my attention. Really fun read. Follow them on twitter.

CakebreadWines

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Learning something new every day!

Main Street, Harrodsburg, KentuckyImage by lumierefl via Flickr
Have you tried this "Zemanta Assistant"?  It is here to help you while you are blogging with suggestions and related sites and photos. Ha!  I just popped this Main Street picture in.  That was cool.  Let's see what else I can make happen. HMMMM, just added the article below.  Now.......
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Recipes, Chef, Cooking, Wine, Cookbook, Menu - Wine & Food Foundation of Texas, Plate & Vine

Recipes, Chef, Cooking, Wine, Cookbook, Menu - Wine & Food Foundation of Texas, Plate & Vine
What a wonderful site this is....thanks Wine & Food Foundation for such a great way to share two of my favorite things...oh three actually....wine, food, & TEXAS!

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

The Pioneer Woman - Ree Drummond

The Pioneer Woman - Ree Drummond
Just have to share this woman's site again. These summer fruit recipes are unbelievable. I have become a total follower. Wish I had time to make them all. Reply here when you make one of them.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Pioneer Woman - Homeschooling

Pioneer Woman - Homeschooling
I know I shared this site earlier. After exploring more I wanted to let all my home school parents be sure they saw this.....Barbara and Sharon for sure. Looks like some interesting information and inspiration.

The Pioneer Woman - Ree Drummond

The Pioneer Woman - Ree Drummond
Cool new website a friend recommended to me. She has a FB page, too. Just starting to explore the site and thought you would enjoy it, too.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Facebook | The Lazy T B and B

Facebook | The Lazy T B and B

4 Facebook Marketing Myths And How to Overcome Them | Social Media Examiner

This is really good information.
4 Facebook Marketing Myths And How to Overcome Them | Social Media Examiner

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