Larsine Breum was born February 18, 1810, in Løgsted, Aalborg, Denmark. She was Christened on February 21, 1810. Her parents were Niels Nielsen Breum and Karen Hansdatter. She married Peder Nielsen Baadsgaard on November 25, 1832, in Vor Frue, Roskilde, Denmark. They had seven children named Niels Breum, Niels Breum (2nd son renamed after death… Continue reading Happy Birthday Great Great Great Grandma!
Happy Birthday Mogens Hansen. He was born February 17, 1828 in Tiset, Denmark. I obtained the story line of Mogens from another descendant, but was unable to locate a name to give credit for their hard work. If this is known later on, credit will be given because this is very detailed information which must've… Continue reading Happy Birthday Great Great Great Grandpa!
Disclaimer: I like dairy. This isn't for me. I like my milk from the cow. My oldest is embarking on her own venture, much to my dismay, of not eating any meat or animal byproducts. I'm sure she'd wish I said vegan, but I won't. I think she's nuts (no pun intended). But me being the type to try and make anything, decided to make… Continue reading Oat Milk
Today will be the first of my Happy Birthday series. I may backtrack to January 1 if I feel, but the idea sparked today, so here we go. I've always been interested in the past, but not in a sit in a classroom type of interest, just a personal interest. Will anyone remember me when… Continue reading Happy Birthday Great Great Great Grandpa!
It's funny that we're told from the moment we're born, don't eat too much fat. It'll kill you! We can't blame our people because they're only teaching what they've been taught and everyone's usually doing their best. I've done my fair share of personal science experiments on myself, intentionally and unintentionally and I've concluded that… Continue reading Hey Fatty Shake
I've never been a huge fan of dairy. As a kid, I pulled the cheese off of pizza, dumped the milk down the drain after eating cereal, butter made me cry (if I found any on any of my food). I did eat yogurt; vanilla with sliced bananas, or frozen in the single serve containers… Continue reading Yogurt
I need to preface this post to say: I take minimal responsibility for some of my hobbies. I blame the engrained need to make stuff…any kind of ‘stuff’, not just edibles, on my genetic makeup. Cooking, like really cooking, as in throwing ingredients together blindly isn’t something that comes natural or desired for me as it… Continue reading The Best Things in Life are Baked