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Wow, how did we already get to the end of the year? I remember when I was a kid, my dad told me, “When you get older, you won't believe how fast time goes.”
In case you missed some of these, or are new, here's are top viewed posts in 2013. To be sure you don't miss a single post in the upcoming year, sign up here to receive all new articles via your email inbox.
1. Slow Cooker Cabbage Rolls This is the little recipe that could, taking the top viewed post for the second year in a row!
2. Low Sugar No Pectin Strawberry Jam I'm pining for spring about this time of year and the sweet berries it brings with it.
3. No Knead Bread in 5 Minutes A Day A lot of folks don't want to sacrifice homemade goodness because they're busy, and with this bread, you don't have to.
4. How to Make Non-Alcoholic Mint Extract Preserving your herbs for year round use interests a lot of you. I can't wait to enlarge my herb garden this year.
5. How to Pressure Can Apple Pie Filling Apple pie, is there anything better? I've only got three jars left!
6. 9 Things Every Mom Should Do With Her Daughter I love that there are so many mom's wanting to be more involved with their daughters.
7. How to Plant Strawberries Hmmm, this must have something to do with #2…
8. No Rise Quick Dinner Rolls Our bread baskets are full, and in record time, too!
9. Pros and Cons of Raising Grass Fed Beef I was raised on home grown beef, and a lot of you are interested in doing the same thing, too. No pink slime for us!
10. 1 Ingredient 5 Minute Oven Cleaner I think I have a thing with 5 minutes. But your oven will never look better after this quick clean, and no heat, fumes, or harsh chemicals needed.
What are some of your favorite things from 2013?
Melissa K. Norris inspires people's faith and pioneer roots with her books, podcast, and blog. Melissa lives with her husband and two children in their own little house in the big woods in the foothills of the North Cascade Mountains. When she's not wrangling chickens and cattle, you can find her stuffing Mason jars with homegrown food and playing with flour and sugar in the kitchen.